Sublimation – Re/Volt Magazine

Carl JenkisonIf you're expecting some straightforward synthpop/EBM hybrid (as Nilaihah's promotion seems to suggest) then you'll be in for a bit of a shock with this release as the two Erics Oehler (vocals, synths, stringed instruments, studio geekery) & Goedken (lyrics, additional vocals, videography, quality control) present a quite an …

Sublimation – Re:generation Magazine

Nick GarlandIf Bronski Beat, New Order and Yaz all got together and mated, their musical child would most likely be Null Device. Many years after meeting at the University of Wisconsin and subsequent musical cooperation, the masterminds behind Null Device, Eric Oehler and Eric Goedken, bring us their first label …

Sublimation – Mattias Andersson

Mattias Andersson(7 out of 10) The debut album from the American synth-pop duo Null Device is to my surprise pretty exciting to listen to, but I have to admit; it took a while for me to understand that fact. When I first started to listen to the album I found …

Sublimation – Gothic Beauty Magazine

Sonya BrownAhhhh. At last! A fresh breath of synthetic air! Null Device just restored my sometimes jaded outlook on modern electronic synth-pop music with Nilaihah's recent release, Sublimation. Eric Oehler and Eric Goedken have created asymmetry of the melodic, techno, and synth, presenting it like oxygen to the synth-deprived. Sublimation …

Sublimation – Storming the Base

Another MUST HAVE synthpop album. More live-sounding drumbeats, truly charming vocals, lyrics and songwriting. An excellent debut album, that ranks with the very best. Includes a classy cover of Morrissey's “There Is A Light (That Never Goes Out)” and a remix by Stromkern of one of the best songs on …