A beautifully connected body of work that has an agenda of gentle care and wonderful, wide-eyed story-telling. It smacks of an uncompromising vision and an affinity for the work that’s both singular and compelling.
The Assist have made Life to raise money for the UK’s NHS charities in these trying times, and it’s an accomplished, well-mixed and well-meaning tune with great dynamics and a lot to express over its 5 and a half minute duration.
LA’s FAMES take on the pop world with an addictive little hook that quickly weaves its way into your consciousness.
Red Alert is a Publick Safety Announcement, apparently. It’s a fun, frothy and retro sound that explodes out of the speakers and has a zesty kinetic video made to accompany it.
Faithful rounds things up with a stunning melody, a questioning, intimate lyrical top layer, those gorgeously hypnotic, breathy vocals, and a blissfully soothing balance between acoustic guitar-picking and piano.
An acoustic strum, an arrangement of voices, that raw, unedited presentation – you know the sound, and you trust it to offer something real; refreshing.
It’s a big, brash mayfly of a tune and makes its whopping great point before putting the cat out and turning off the lights. Epic, truncated fun!
What a treat to review such a well-realised and tastefully-produced song. Impressive, wide-screen, spacious, addictive.
Having already made some impressive waves with their earlier single Loner, Canberra-based synth-pop outfit Neko Pink storm forwards even further with this brand new release. Soaked in addictive pop melodies and multiple layers of colour and optimism, With You pours through with a defiant level of brightness and energy. Leading with crisp, clean production, and … Continued
Each song creates a gentle and satisfyingly human take on Roensch’s subject matter, which is ruminative and delicate and a little bit trippy. It’s distinct and idiosyncratic and I dig it for that.