Frantik Mag: "Taking cues from the latest batch of electro-pop groups to burst out of the scene, Miami Horror takes a stab at an old formula and injects their own brand of discotheque to the mix."
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In The Mix: "That's not to say that Miami Horror have foregone their dance roots though. Even if they're now rocking guitars the band just can't seem but make some incessantly danceable tracks."
The Vine: "A bit of a marathon at 14 fairly long songs, Illumination leisurely ticks a handful of boxes: a couple of spacey instrumentals, cameos from Neon Indian's Alan Palomo, hazy segues, breezily evocative song titles, and some percolating disco workouts."
The Music Network: "Plant has succeeded in getting his concept across; it's a summer party backdrop with heavy house basslines, a mixture of light and dark whilst maintaining commercial accessibility."
Illumination is out now via Virgin UK.