Sublimation – Outburn Magazine

Brian LumauigMelodic SynthPop: Null Device's debut album, Sublimation, offers a different take on the current wave of melodic sythpop. Rather than jumping on the futurepop bandwagon, the duo of Eric Oehler and Eric Goedken opt for a more subdued, contemplative, song oriented approach. The result is a collection of songs …

Sublimation – Negativepop.com

Heather JamesNull Device — Sublimation As a musical consumer always looking for the newest and best thing in synthpop and electronica, I?ve gone down some strange paths in search of it. But here it is! The newest good thing, and (almost literally) in my own backyard. Claiming diverse musical influences …

Regeneration Magazine top 10 of 2002

Null Device – Sublimation The quintessential album from a band that is poised to revolutionize synthpop. Sublimation proves that if you break from formulaic songwriting, good things happen. Android Lust – The Dividing Start with a drum loop and mix in harpsichord, electric guitars, flutes and a plethora of other …

Sublimation – Elektrauma.de (german)

NuucSchön, dass es solche Bands wie Null Device gibt. Das Duo ist nämlich einer der löblichen Ausnahmen, die nicht wie andere Newcomer versuchen, mit dem jetzigen Future Pop Trend mitzuhalten. Ihre Devise heißt wohl: Wir machen, was uns gefällt. Und herausgekommen ist dabei das Album “Sublimation”. Das besondere an dieser …

Sublimation – Dark Realms

Mike Ventarola(excerpts reprinted with permission of the author. Full review available in Dark Realms magazine) …Sublimation has some dance-floor friendly tracks but seems to have also been crafted for those who may want less dazzling machine-created special effects and more emphasis on talent, lyrics and good harmony. …The other tracks …