by Flux Magazine in New Music on Wednesday 27 April 2011

22 piece alt choir Gaggle is a very onomatopoeic group name. They have been called a choir, and they do sometimes chant. Their performances are characterised by their collective masse and unapologetic, basic need to evacuate something. Some might see their multitudinous inputs and outputs as some sort of postmodern ironic jolly, but just perhaps they prove that we can have genuine integrity and be utterly facetious at the same time as not being infantile.