This was taken from his Myspace page:
“Slim Twig exudes the kind of cool we worshipped in Extra Width-era Jon Spencer's rockabilly punk chic and Genesis P. Orridge's extreme mixed-media weirdness, and that's hard to come by. ‘Gate Hearing’ sounds like it was recorded in an oversized oil drum with a mutant horse inside trotting the rhythm, a crew of zombies stumbling with the string section, a radiating synth cluttered with goo keeping it on repeat, and Slim's raging vocal - a howl that marries the uninhibited deliveries of Lux Interior and Ziggy Stardust.” – Cam Lindsay, Exclaim!
“For even more compelling evidence of Slim's progress, look no further than the EP's mesmerizing 10-minute centerpiece, 'Whiite Fantaseee', in which Slim's growing confidence as a performer dovetails with his early interests in exploratory composition, producing a future-shocked junkie-punk epic that plays out like Suicide's "Frankie Teardrop" re-cut with Lou Reed's "Street Hassle" string section... Like all fine actors, Slim Twig's real talent is making his fantaseee feel so real.” – Stuart Berman, Pitchfork Media
“Rising scene star Slim Twig and his Mercy Mercenaries darkly demented synth-rockabilly jams like the knife-slashing Brothl Hunting! and the hearse-driven Tormen have made their new Whiite Fantaseee EP into the grim grabber of the season.” – Tim Perlich, NOW Magazin...