It Is Curtains
• Those who enjoy their instrumental rock to emphasize the 'rock' should take note of Beware of Safety. This quartet out of Los Angeles concocts an explosive creation that leaves no prisoners. And while the music is loud, noisey, and aggressive, the band really shines in the post-trauma aftermath, showcasing a more sophisticated side that really speaks towards the band's natural talent and understanding of it's art. Selected as release of the month, It is Curtains comes highly recommended by the Silent Ballet staff. - The Silent Ballet • Our hats go off to Beware of Safety. In a year that will inevitably be marked with so many fine instrumental releases, they have managed to make their mark on 2007 by placing an early bid. - Jordan Volz • If you like instrumental, experimental rock, give Beware of Safety a listen. Their approach is unique and eclectic, with easy-going guitar parts and a great ambient feel. - Indie Productions • Each track on It Is Curtains sounds fresh, and for a band using only guitars, bass, and drums, that's quite an achievement in today's post-rock environment. At the moment, the EP is one of those lovely hand pressed self-released affairs, but it really won't be long before this band are signed, so, if you haven't already, it's about time you went and stumbled upon a future post-rock giant. - James Ould.