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Reviewed by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

04 Oct 2013

Triple J
30

There's a song here, somewhat buried in the production. Cool sounds going on, but I feel like the vocals are kept just a little too much at arms length. Still, lotta heart.

There's a song here, somewhat buried in the production. Cool sounds going on, but I feel like the vocals are kept just a little too much at arms length. Still, lotta heart.

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Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

11 Sep 2013

Triple J
30

A pretty intriguing tune from these guys. It pushes the listener back with a formless structure and a hiss. But still, I like it. You probably will too.

A pretty intriguing tune from these guys. It pushes the listener back with a formless structure and a hiss. But still, I like it. You probably will too.

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Reviewed by Nick Findlay Nick Findlay

18 Sep 2012

Triple J
40

intricate, intelligent indie, which at the same time is easy and accessible to listen to, as well as being challenging and ear-opening. Look forward to more

intricate, intelligent indie, which at the same time is easy and accessible to listen to, as well as being challenging and ear-opening. Look forward to more

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Reviewed by Maggie Collins Maggie Collins

21 Aug 2012

Super Reviewer
40

The background of this song sounds like it’s a phone line personified (or songified) with a very fat deep synth hum, flirting with a repetitive dial tone. It compliments what’s happening on top; an active and VERY catchy melody with the obvious nod to math rock. I like to call it "Science meets FUN!".

The background of this song sounds like it’s a phone line personified (or songified) with a very fat deep synth hum, flirting with a repetitive dial tone. It compliments what’s happening on top; an active and VERY catchy melody with the obvious nod to math rock. I like to call it "Science meets FUN!".

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50

Skinny Jean are a perpetually underrated band - 'intelligent indie' seems almost an insult. Although I rarely connect with lyrical content, this song contains some moving themes. A really beautiful opener to the album.

Skinny Jean are a perpetually underrated band - 'intelligent indie' seems almost an insult. Although I rarely connect with lyrical content, this song contains some moving themes. A really beautiful opener to the album.

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freejar

25 Mar 2013

50

This is a delightful song, really showcasing some of the band's musical diversity.

This is a delightful song, really showcasing some of the band's musical diversity.

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fushia

29 Oct 2012

50

Still think Skinny Jean is the most interesting band going around Brisbane right now. I do wish you were getting around a little more though. I want to see this track live!

Still think Skinny Jean is the most interesting band going around Brisbane right now. I do wish you were getting around a little more though. I want to see this track live!