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Arora, 5 letters, 4 members, 1 path leading along a mish-mash of genre-bending hooks and relentless power and presence. With a wealth of experience in their back pockets, a long dusty road in front of them, and all the planets conspiring to bring this force together, coming from all over NSW to finally cross paths for the second time in their lives in Melbourne, Arora are ready to hit the stage and dig their hooks into your ears, pull you in and never let go.
Montaigne

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Review by Arora Arora

16 Nov 2015

50

Went to see her recently at the Northcote Social Club. Holy Jebus! If you think this tune is epic, she has an album on the way that is going to blow every other female artist out of the water. Her band is another big part of this, the arrangements are carried out with such force, yet such attention to detail that if they can all stay together, there won't be many better bands kicking aroun...

Went to see her recently at the Northcote Social Club. Holy Jebus! If you think this tune is epic, she has an album on the way that is going to blow every other female artist out of the water. Her band is another big part of this, the arrangements are carried out with such force, yet such attention to detail that if they can all stay together, there won't be many better bands kicking around in Australia. In this song you hear hints of great singers/songwriters like Sia & Adele. Unrelenting power and child-like fragility. She plays with this beautiful line of sanity & reality (even though we all know she's mentally stable) like Sia that feels like a hand closing around your heart inside your chest. And then just bursts out with this power in the chorus that makes you want to tell everyone that shits you off to go get f****d. Brilliant

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DXHeaven

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Review by Arora Arora

16 Nov 2015

40

Always trying to break the rules into a 1000 pieces and stamp them into tiny little pieces, while retaining that radiant DX sound, this tune will stick in your head for all the right reasons. Rightfully deserved his spot at RBMA this year. He just keeps producing these bent arrangements that keep you guessing. So much flair at the end of this tune. Whoever did the drums on this needs a beer and...

Always trying to break the rules into a 1000 pieces and stamp them into tiny little pieces, while retaining that radiant DX sound, this tune will stick in your head for all the right reasons. Rightfully deserved his spot at RBMA this year. He just keeps producing these bent arrangements that keep you guessing. So much flair at the end of this tune. Whoever did the drums on this needs a beer and a backrub! Legendary.

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