January 16, 1996
A cult classic, Cibo Matto's debut album announced Miho Hatori and Yuka Honda as innovators with a healthy disregard for the boundaries between punk, pop, trip-hop, and rap. Whether they're casting a spell of dreamy sensuality ("Sugar Water") or tearing it up (the brashly surreal "Birthday Cake"), Cibo Matto's freshness comes through at every turn, even twenty-five years later.
- Heather Phares
March 7, 2011
A complete departure from Noah and the Whale's previous album focused on heartbreak, Last Night on Earth is a celebration of living life to the fullest. Perfect for a lowkey but enjoyable night, and when listened to in order, the energy of the songs gradually declines.
- Kylie Lynne