Spin - p.1184 stars out of 5
-- "[O]n his debut album, he shoots for the stratosphere and scores. A three-piece suite that conjures not just St. Tropez sunsets but speed-boat chases..."
The Wire - p.64
"[D]ominated by the 29 minute sequencer odyssey that is the opening title track. It canters, speedily tonally and undistractedly to ever higher ground, heralded with triumphal synth flourishes..."
"The jittering bass lines below synth melodies induce a frenzy that builds....Patience pays off in the last song where synth and percussion swirl into an atmospheric spiral of funky electronic bliss."
Q (Magazine) - p.1083 stars out of 5
-- "Hans-Peter Lindstrom ups the ante for dancefloor epics with a three-part album whose title track alone clocks in at nearly 29 minutes."
Audio Mixers: Hans Peter Lindstrom; Knut S‘vik.
Recording information: Feedelity Studios; LHA Studio, Oslo, Norway.
Arranger: Hans Peter Lindstrom.
After a string of promising 12-inch singles that suggested Lindstrom might be the dance genre's next savior, the Norwegian producer made good on his promise with IT'S A FEEDELITY AFFAIR, his dazzling 2006 full-length debut. Its follow-up, WHERE YOU GO I GO TOO, continues to push and refine Lindstrom's lush, atmospheric techno. An EP that carries the heft and impact of a long-player, WHERE YOU GO folds in the artist's usual range of influences, including disco, house, ambient, and Steve Reich-derived polyphony. Don't be alarmed that there are only three tracks: the title cut weighs just shy of 30 minutes, and Lindstrom packs enough meticulous, sparkling detail into every second to make the disc as satisfying on headphones as it is on the dance floor.