The same type of attack as Bjork but not as harsh. Crazy time signatures. Syncopation. No guitars (other than bass) and just keys gives it a fresh humanized electro feel. What's not to love?
Favorite track: Everything.
Seriously one of the best bands I've heard in Melbourne. It genuinely captures my ears due to breaching outta genre norms and carrying musicality full of life and love.
Favorite track: I Call Mine.
Jack Davies - bass
Lena Douglas - keyboard
Max Dowling - keyboard
Maddie Otto - vocals
Hudson Whitlock - drums
Instruments recorded by Henry Jenkins at Wyall Style
Vocals recorded by Sam Swain at Sing Sing Studios
Mixed by Max Dowling and Henry Jenkins
Mastered by Adam Dempsey at Deluxe Mastering
Artwork by Jake Holmes
Additional backing vocals by Finn Bennett
Thanks to Sam Swain, Henry Jenkins, Jono Di Napoli, Finn Bennett, Billy Crombie, Louella May Hogan, Prue Stent, Jake Holmes, Lewis Coleman, The Evelyn and all our friends and family.
The suave moody demeanor and gold oozing vocals by Allycia compliments the genius of the jazz influences settled by the heavy set padded strolling-paced beats with the fluttering muted horn section that make the core groove and characterful vibe of this enduring band\collective unbeatable. 10/10 for the 30/70 Dr. Beaf
Aromanticism is an alluring project, both gentle and powerful. Filled with lush soundscapes, tender lyrics and ethereal melodies, this album is fresh and dripping with sensuality. Sumney’s haunting voice cuts beautifully as it moves throughout each song. A lovely work. Eso