According to Luxembourgs underground music ezine---> 'The strong bass orientation is influenced by Primus, but the choir parts and the strange song titles show parallels to Magma, maybe the most intriguing band ever to come from France.'
(Le Singe Blanc - Strak!)
“Spin Spin the Dogs take the bare bones of what’s commonly known as the ‘post-punk’ sound and immediately swing off course into uncharted waters, constructing an inherently surreal and energetic pile of mess that almost resembles the Trout Mask-era Magic Band playing Prayers on Fire-era Birthday Party, with a big (probably unintentional) nod towards underrated trouble-makers Prolapse. And the singer is something else, charging around wild-eyed, spewing out head-spinning reams of dadaist beat blather like his life depends on keeping his mouth moving quicker than his brain can implement coherence. “I can’t get into the toilet! If only I could get into the toilet!” he yells as he tries in vain to tug his microphone cord as far as the venue’s toilets while the guitarist plays slide with a trumpet he’s just found somewhere…” Stereo Sanctity