Why Is That a Four? lays out moderately complex washes of trance and ambience, creating a tension between the buzzy edges of some elements and the floating pads of others. Thankfully, there's a good deal of movement between the various drifts and burbles, making for a rather appealing record. One might wonder why it takes five members to accomplish what the group does -- but the sleepy electronics of the album are worth the mystery.
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AllMusic Review by Nitsuh Abebe