...It is an independent departure from mainstream, with roots to many techno and other forms of music world-wide but mainly European, specifically the large electronic movement in England and Germany. Each song experiments with different sounds...giving the music a sense of diversity and ingenuity...current bands music falls into the electronic genre as well as pop, experimental and dance. <The> audiences, just as <the> sound, are eclectic and diverse. AntiQuark has entertained fans of all ages, races and of all musical tastes. Tracks from SkyDancer are brimming with energy, having both a haunting and uplifting feel at the same time. The mixture of elements transcends popular music and creates a distinctive profound quality.
-Nesreen Musician Spotlight (USA)
...it's industrial and original. It sounds almost retro 80s with a new-age influence. I liked it a lot, actually...I would say theyre similar to Rob Zombie, Nine Inch Nails, maybe Tool...I think theyre a little bit ahead of their time....
-Rick Tiland San Diego Reader (USA)