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Review by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

22 Oct 2015

Triple J
40

Just love this song in every way, but particularly that build and guitar stabbing explosion in the final couple of minutes. What a beauty.

Just love this song in every way, but particularly that build and guitar stabbing explosion in the final couple of minutes. What a beauty.

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Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

26 Aug 2015

Triple J
50

Personally I think this is the best thing you've done. Creepy, inventive and brilliant.

Personally I think this is the best thing you've done. Creepy, inventive and brilliant.

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Review by Georgie Wilkie Georgie Wilkie

26 Jun 2016

Super Reviewer
45

Could happily listen to this on repeat for a few hours. It's very familiar yet fresh and new. Absolute tune for sure! ~ G

Could happily listen to this on repeat for a few hours. It's very familiar yet fresh and new. Absolute tune for sure! ~ G

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Review by Emily Mathison Emily Mathison

17 Feb 2016

Super Reviewer
50

I love this choon so much, everything about it hits the nail on the head. Weirdly dreamy, trippy and stunning, especially the chorus

I love this choon so much, everything about it hits the nail on the head. Weirdly dreamy, trippy and stunning, especially the chorus

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Review by Kristy Barker Kritty Barker

19 May 2015

Super Reviewer
50

sometimes I wish I was a guitar, like when I hear this song.

sometimes I wish I was a guitar, like when I hear this song.

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Review by SF23k SF23k

25 Sep 2018

45

i believe the centrepiece to this song is the bass propelling this song along, i love the vocals drawing out to a point they seem to become instrumental, an ambience on a single note, effected and well placed, explosive moments with guitars pouring into the place, the complementary balance between the vocals and guitars, and coming back to that bass, a well-produced well-mixed piece

i believe the centrepiece to this song is the bass propelling this song along, i love the vocals drawing out to a point they seem to become instrumental, an ambience on a single note, effected and well placed, explosive moments with guitars pouring into the place, the complementary balance between the vocals and guitars, and coming back to that bass, a well-produced well-mixed piece

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Review by Quella ∴ Quella ∴

05 May 2018

50

Whoever came up with that intro. Band member or Producer. They deserve a high five and a celebratory shot of space rocket fuel.

Whoever came up with that intro. Band member or Producer. They deserve a high five and a celebratory shot of space rocket fuel.

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Review by Quella ∴ Quella ∴

05 May 2018

50

Can hear Tame Impala. Can hear a bloody good road trip brewing too!

Can hear Tame Impala. Can hear a bloody good road trip brewing too!

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adriftsoul

02 Jul 2017

50

saw these guys years ago in fortitude valley - awesome stage presence! super happy to see their ongoing success! great song!

saw these guys years ago in fortitude valley - awesome stage presence! super happy to see their ongoing success! great song!

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50

From start to finish it's a ultimate banger

From start to finish it's a ultimate banger

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Review by teddwyer Ted Dwyer

17 Oct 2016

45

Those vocals are absolutely killer. Amazing contrast with the grittier buildup and aggression in the guitars and drums.

Those vocals are absolutely killer. Amazing contrast with the grittier buildup and aggression in the guitars and drums.

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Review by Ah Trees Ah Trees

22 Sep 2016

45

this is just downright excellent listening, dem gritty tones !

this is just downright excellent listening, dem gritty tones !

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50

The Belligerents have consistently plied their trade around the pond of Brisbane for a number of years, to a loyal and growing band of followers. I started following them after a fortuitous hiking trip in 2011, featuring Andy, the groups synth master. I vividly remember punching him in the chest on that trip. After that, I sampled a bit of their music at a live gig and then witnessed them progr...

The Belligerents have consistently plied their trade around the pond of Brisbane for a number of years, to a loyal and growing band of followers. I started following them after a fortuitous hiking trip in 2011, featuring Andy, the groups synth master. I vividly remember punching him in the chest on that trip. After that, I sampled a bit of their music at a live gig and then witnessed them progress from a talented part-time band to hard-nosed veterans pumping out gig after gig to growing crowds. At what is still such a young age, they have seemingly hit that other level required of them to have a good crack at making national rounds. I firmly believe they have the skill, creativity and drive to succeed. I don’t just say that because I feel guilty for punching Andy that one time.

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KangaStu

01 Sep 2015

40

Great track!

Great track!

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KangaStu

01 Sep 2015

40

Another great track!. Reminds me of UK music in the 90's

Another great track!. Reminds me of UK music in the 90's