Flowers and Machines has been performing since the early '90s. As a result, Remembranceis a mix of new and old favorites, each catchy in its own way, especially the ultraperky dance numbers "All in Your Hands" and "Levitation." Others, like the reflective "Robbing the Cradle," blend electronic bleeps with morose atmospherics. Each song seems to showcase different keyboard sounds. As a whole, the album -- one of the most eagerly anticipated for Houston goths -- reverberates with a mild moodiness offset by moments of sheer bliss.