Hey, I'm an amateur critic based in Sydney's south. Formerly known as macca07 (it's still me!). As much as I love eccentric and adventurous sounds, I'm still a sucker for a well-structured pop song (which can still be eccentric and adventurous, of course). You can find my own songs by typing in 'Paul Macadam'. My third album "Free Cheeseburger if the Sharks Win" was released in 2016. Happy to take requests to review songs via Facebook, but please appreciate that life gets in the way at times and it might take a while for me to get around to them. Cheers :)
Oh Bailey

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Review by LosingMyEdge LosingMyEdge

02 May 2020

Super Reviewer
40

Nice tune. A sense of identity shines through in the narrative, but also in the musical choices - the 7ths and 9ths colouring the chords, those synth trills in the instrumental section, the way you articulate "com-p-la-cent". Enjoyed this, and would be keen to hear more songs when they're ready!

Nice tune. A sense of identity shines through in the narrative, but also in the musical choices - the 7ths and 9ths colouring the chords, those synth trills in the instrumental section, the way you articulate "com-p-la-cent". Enjoyed this, and would be keen to hear more songs when they're ready!

Prints Familiar

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Review by LosingMyEdge LosingMyEdge

19 Jan 2017

Super Reviewer
45

It's the little details that make this groove. Only noticed the triangle (I think it's triangle?) three listens in - love how it forms a subtle harmony with the bass way down the other end of the pitch spectrum. "In between the beats" is where the guitars cut loose. Bowled, Shane.

It's the little details that make this groove. Only noticed the triangle (I think it's triangle?) three listens in - love how it forms a subtle harmony with the bass way down the other end of the pitch spectrum. "In between the beats" is where the guitars cut loose. Bowled, Shane.