The German label Morr is starting to earn a reputation for producing quality electronica/post-rock bands. Following in the esteemed lineage of Lali Puna and ISAN are Styrofoam, a Belgian outfit who revel in that same area of melody steeped in elegy. Interestingly the eight tracks on this recording have an average time span of over five minutes. For the most part the formula works exceedingly well whether it is the hypnotic, oft-repeated chorus of 'A Heart Without A Mind', the almost queasy melancholia featured on 'You Pretend You Own This Place' and 'You Blow It Away From Your Eyes' and the use of distressing dialogue over the top of clicking and whirring machines featured on 'Forever, You Said Forever' is more effective than it sounds on paper. Only on 'I Have To Keep Reminding Myself To Be Pleased' do they outstay their welcome; the only time the inventive electronica sounds cluttered, with the effect of drowning out the vocals. Yet the overriding verdict is that Styrofoam are another group that can make electronic music sound emotional.