The follow up to last year’s “Death Control” CD that garnered such praise, “Life Control” is an experiment further into the forays of the disjunct and fractured pop music that Christopher Curtis Smith is so akin to producing. “Life Control” sees Night Control venturing further into the dark depths of sonic experimentation and ambience, circling back around to Derrida’s deconstruction theory and applying it to pop music. Sounds are manipulated, affected and tortured into loosely structured pop gems covered in organic acoustic guitars, blown out guitars and some of the most interested mixes of live and programmed drums. Expect to see this CD all over the place once again as Night Control has brought their signature sound to the next level of weird and interesting. This is the perfect soundtrack or city walking.