It may be only fifteen minutes long but this little EP is a tantalising primer for what should be an excellent album. Vocally Katie Sketch is a cross between JJ72's Mark Greaney and none other than Debbie Harry. Yet the mood is of wasted youth and depression. Another calling card for The Organ is of course the organ itself; a Hammond organ in this case, which proves to be the driving force in the band's sound whether it is for providing the drone or the underlying melody. Each of the six songs here displays a gift for evoking images of doomed romance with common lyrical themes of death and the stars. It's virtually all excellent particularly the way in which Sketch makes hairs stand on end just by singing a "Da da da da..." refrain on 'It's Time To Go'. Cool, tuneful and desperately sad; if all young bands could produce such strong unique elements like this at their first attempt, the world would be a much better place.