19 March 2012

TWENTY TWOO WORD REVIEWS: 33

AVAN LAVA - "IT'S NEVER OVER"



This extraordinary Brooklyn band rejuvenate sanguine pop with their infectious amalgamation of funktastical swinging beats, avantgarde synth yelps and excitable lyrical wit.





CLASS ACTRESS - "BIENVENUE"



Another refreshing Brooklyn act emerging here; dulcet tones sprinkled over cascading pools of everyday indie-pop beats to generate a fluffy indulgent track.





DRAGONETTE - "THE RIGHT WOMAN"



The Canadians return with a vivacious collection of sultry beats that envelope the vocals with serpentine dexterity, creating a menacing volting chorus.





GRIFFON GREEN - "ORPHAN SOULS"



Untarnished juvenile bedroom-pop that caresses the ears with dolphin bleeps, a wobbling bassline and a sparkling sense of fragility from Melbourne's newest.





FROGG - "SHUT THA F**K DOWN"



A hypodermic injection of Anglo tribal mantra notes stuck to grinding dub beats and satanic electro pits of dark Germanic genre fusion.



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