"Wight is the classic case of a band that has had the misfortune of being born in the wrong era. Too young to have experienced Lemmy's crooning on Space Ritual the first time round or the vertigo doom-blues of Aston's finest; the young Germans have interpreted the sounds of their spiritual brothers in 2011 with six glorious tracks. As well as creating an album of extended jams, disorientating electronic drones and interstellar feedback, the band have also realised that they have indeed been born too late. Citing the world as being a “fast moving place” that is “fraught with hate and impatience”, they are hoping that their self-released debut will help the “world decelerate” – and any release that has a creative kinship with molten guitar leads will do just that."
"The panoramic somnolence of 'Cosmic Rhythm #1' is a beautifully entrancing opener, as Rene Hofmann's guitar swells into solid passages, before fading into a space-rock abyss. 'All Beyond the Piend Of Being' weaves and wanders through wah-wah whirlpools. Wight may have been born in the wrong era, but for fans of the ever-growing retro rock scene, their debut has come at the right time."