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Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

19 Oct 2016

Triple J
40

the tone of your voice is just so damn good. reminds me of early josh pyke that i loved so much - beautifully crafted australian stories.

the tone of your voice is just so damn good. reminds me of early josh pyke that i loved so much - beautifully crafted australian stories.

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Review by Pip Rasmussen Pip Rasmussen

11 Oct 2016

Triple J
40

You've nailed this Australian chill nostalgic rock sound, and your lyrics evoke so many beautiful images.

You've nailed this Australian chill nostalgic rock sound, and your lyrics evoke so many beautiful images.

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Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

10 Oct 2016

Triple J
40

Just spun this on TOPS tonight and it sounded soooooo good on the radio waves!!! Excellent track mate.

Just spun this on TOPS tonight and it sounded soooooo good on the radio waves!!! Excellent track mate.

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Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

16 Jun 2016

Triple J
40

This really resonates with me. You're an excellent songwriter.

This really resonates with me. You're an excellent songwriter.

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Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

15 Jun 2016

Triple J
40

another great, down to heart, disheartened aussie tale. chin up allan!

another great, down to heart, disheartened aussie tale. chin up allan!

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Review by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

27 Oct 2015

Triple J
40

Lucky you're here to fulfill my dreams cos this song is a dreamboat. Of dreams. Lovely.

Lucky you're here to fulfill my dreams cos this song is a dreamboat. Of dreams. Lovely.

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Review of The Streets by Allan Smithy Dave Ruby Howe

01 Oct 2015

Triple J
40

It'd be criminal to dodge the credit for making something as charming and driving as this by using an Allan Smithy. Thankfully Matt's songwriting spirit is all over this one.

It'd be criminal to dodge the credit for making something as charming and driving as this by using an Allan Smithy. Thankfully Matt's songwriting spirit is all over this one.

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Review by Justin McCarthy Justin McCarthy

25 Oct 2016

Super Reviewer
45

Allan Smithy is tapping into something very deep here and I'm liking it. I also hear a tinge of Georgia Fair in his sound which is definitely not a bad thing at all.

Allan Smithy is tapping into something very deep here and I'm liking it. I also hear a tinge of Georgia Fair in his sound which is definitely not a bad thing at all.

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Review by kate_carnell Kate Carnell

19 Oct 2016

Super Reviewer
40

Vocals are a grittier Angus Stone atop a score similar to that of Josh Pyke or his mentioned influence The Go-Betweens. On ya Smithy!

Vocals are a grittier Angus Stone atop a score similar to that of Josh Pyke or his mentioned influence The Go-Betweens. On ya Smithy!

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Review by Lachie Macara Lachie Macara

11 Oct 2016

Super Reviewer
40

You've got a way with words / You've got a way that makes me feel so complicated

You've got a way with words / You've got a way that makes me feel so complicated

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Review by Debbie Carr Debbie Carr

09 Oct 2016

Super Reviewer
40

Loved hearing something a bit darker from you, just to mix things up! You'll be a household name in no time with the way you've been consistently releasing incredible songs.

Loved hearing something a bit darker from you, just to mix things up! You'll be a household name in no time with the way you've been consistently releasing incredible songs.

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Review by Laura Kebby Laura Kebby

10 Oct 2016

Super Reviewer
40

I want to carry this song with me everywhere I go. One for the hopeless romantics among us, myself included.

I want to carry this song with me everywhere I go. One for the hopeless romantics among us, myself included.

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Review by Isabella Moore Isabella Moore

05 Sep 2016

Super Reviewer
50

This is a bloody brilliant song! It took me a few listens to really latch onto the sheer genius of it. Lyrically you've nailed it! Your imperfect, rough vocals spice up the clean, sharp instrumentation. Everything works perfectly in conjunction with each other. I just adore this.

This is a bloody brilliant song! It took me a few listens to really latch onto the sheer genius of it. Lyrically you've nailed it! Your imperfect, rough vocals spice up the clean, sharp instrumentation. Everything works perfectly in conjunction with each other. I just adore this.

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Review by Rhys Thorpe Rhys William

15 Jun 2016

Super Reviewer
40

I know you're singing about isolation, but damn I feel at home in this tune. There's a real warmth and homey charisma about your songwriting that's so easy to love. Also for a while I thought the four letter reason was 'rent'.

Hey also while I was just listening again the gf said, "Hmmph, good lyrics." So there's a more straight to the point revie...

I know you're singing about isolation, but damn I feel at home in this tune. There's a real warmth and homey charisma about your songwriting that's so easy to love. Also for a while I thought the four letter reason was 'rent'.

Hey also while I was just listening again the gf said, "Hmmph, good lyrics." So there's a more straight to the point review than I'd ever be capable of writing.

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Review by Debbie Carr Debbie Carr

16 Jun 2016

Super Reviewer
40

Really, really clever songwriting with a catchy chorus to match!

Really, really clever songwriting with a catchy chorus to match!

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Review by Debbie Carr Debbie Carr

29 Sep 2015

Super Reviewer
45

It's almost impossible not to love this song with such a distinctive, classic Australian sound. It's got a similar warmth to #1 Dads, and I'm a sucker for those twangy guitars around 2 minutes in.

It's almost impossible not to love this song with such a distinctive, classic Australian sound. It's got a similar warmth to #1 Dads, and I'm a sucker for those twangy guitars around 2 minutes in.

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Review by rrobby rrobby

04 Feb 2018

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Review by Liam Jewell Liam Jewell

27 Mar 2017

45

Woah, this is an amazing tune :)

Woah, this is an amazing tune :)

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SquireRel

18 Jan 2017

25

Catchy but ultimately doesn't stick.

Catchy but ultimately doesn't stick.