22-year old writer and radio presenter from Melbourne that finally graduated. A freelance writer around Melbourne, 1700’s Talks Manager, and podcaster behind Questionable Love Song Dedications, and The Humankind Podcast as well as co-producer at the Art Centre's Sound as Ever. Big fan of the local scene and could live at the Howler if I could tbh. Twitter - @paulparkmusic Instagram - @paulparkmusic
Agung Mango

Review

Review by Paul Waxman Paul Waxman

26 Aug 2020

Super Reviewer
45

YES AGUNG! I think if a heavyweught boxer hit me with a sudden hook, my face would hurt less than it does while listening to this song. It feels like someone paused time and punched me all over my body multiple times and then reset time and now EVERYTHING ACHES. The beat shift around the minute and a half mark was not expected at all either. You've weaponized rap, I would absolutely cut lo...

YES AGUNG! I think if a heavyweught boxer hit me with a sudden hook, my face would hurt less than it does while listening to this song. It feels like someone paused time and punched me all over my body multiple times and then reset time and now EVERYTHING ACHES. The beat shift around the minute and a half mark was not expected at all either. You've weaponized rap, I would absolutely cut loose to these bars if clubs were still open.

More Less
subcult

Review

Review by Paul Waxman Paul Waxman

15 Aug 2020

Super Reviewer
45

Yep ok now this is how you debut a band. You've all sprinted so well out of the gate, it feels like the race is already in your favour. The instrumentals give me a massive emo energy, but the vocals are so much more subdued, it creates a really interesting mix of moods. Subcult are the best.

Yep ok now this is how you debut a band. You've all sprinted so well out of the gate, it feels like the race is already in your favour. The instrumentals give me a massive emo energy, but the vocals are so much more subdued, it creates a really interesting mix of moods. Subcult are the best.