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Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

06 Mar 2013

Triple J
40

Gee guys, this new tune is a beaut! Love the way it goes from sparse to warm and juicy with those guitars.

Gee guys, this new tune is a beaut! Love the way it goes from sparse to warm and juicy with those guitars.

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Reviewed by Al Newstead Al Newstead

23 Mar 2012

Triple J
30

love the texturing of the vocals, lead up front and the cooing harmonies in the back. A relaxed track that doesn't push it's subtle hooks too hard. Woozily nice.

love the texturing of the vocals, lead up front and the cooing harmonies in the back. A relaxed track that doesn't push it's subtle hooks too hard. Woozily nice.

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Reviewed by LosingMyEdge LosingMyEdge

24 Mar 2012

Super Reviewer
30

Lots of adorable chord changes and dashes of instrumental subtlety but it seems like the song fades out just when it feels like time for a dynamic peak. Can't quite identify an alternate way, and re-writing songs is rarely worthwhile so I wouldn't do that in this case, just doesn't quite fully deliver on the promising build-up of the bridge. Still, I'm looking forward to hea...

Lots of adorable chord changes and dashes of instrumental subtlety but it seems like the song fades out just when it feels like time for a dynamic peak. Can't quite identify an alternate way, and re-writing songs is rarely worthwhile so I wouldn't do that in this case, just doesn't quite fully deliver on the promising build-up of the bridge. Still, I'm looking forward to hearing more - you're on the artist spotlight for a good reason!

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Reviewed by Dom Alessio Dom Alessio

21 Mar 2012

Super Reviewer
40

The more I listen to this song, the more its charm just sucks me right in.

The more I listen to this song, the more its charm just sucks me right in.

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50

This tune is like surfing. It's calm and sparse while your waiting on your board, then you catch the chorus, and just cruse through the curl of sound. Love it.

This tune is like surfing. It's calm and sparse while your waiting on your board, then you catch the chorus, and just cruse through the curl of sound. Love it.

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goferal101

26 Aug 2013

50

This !

This !

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DANVERSBAND

28 Mar 2013

40

Good dudes, great tones ;)

Good dudes, great tones ;)

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corinmcco

18 Mar 2013

40

Lovely melodic laid back aussie yacht rock.

Lovely melodic laid back aussie yacht rock.

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corinmcco

18 Mar 2013

50

With 'Black The Panes' Adelaides own WILD OATS , delivers yet another quality gem. With can't miss lead vocals registering the honesty Angie Hart and timbric ease of Greg from the Wiggles (this is good) combined with lovingly composed melodies and harmonies which remain with you for sometime after having heard this delectable Aussie treat.

With 'Black The Panes' Adelaides own WILD OATS , delivers yet another quality gem. With can't miss lead vocals registering the honesty Angie Hart and timbric ease of Greg from the Wiggles (this is good) combined with lovingly composed melodies and harmonies which remain with you for sometime after having heard this delectable Aussie treat.

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40

Very impressive ! loving it

Very impressive ! loving it

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Nothing

06 Apr 2012

30

this is pretty lazy laid back music. not for the complex musician but more for the surfie/stoner bum about to go to sleep. It's actually recorded with little mistakes and decent clarity, but it's not going to stand out individually.I think a lot of dj's would use this piece as mix tape material.

this is pretty lazy laid back music. not for the complex musician but more for the surfie/stoner bum about to go to sleep. It's actually recorded with little mistakes and decent clarity, but it's not going to stand out individually.I think a lot of dj's would use this piece as mix tape material.