Bodi Bill's "No More Wars" is a refined pop album, full of electronics, straight beats, passionate songs, and genuine programming, never falling into the trap of becoming impersonal computer music, but rather evolving organically. Bodi Bill drag twigs and leaves through their laptops, processing them into complex beats. They play classical instruments, and sing because of a most inborn desire to tell the full that they should still be hungry. Still dreaming of the last Sunday morning walk, synthetic sounds are combined with field recordings and wooden beats to fall out of context. Rooms open and close, fizzle and bang. In here, the sampler writes a song, you can dance to tree noises, and the city reaches out for its green surroundings.