12 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A reference to a smokable ayahuasca, Changa taps into the most potent elements of dance and pop music. Among the tools in their arsenal: popping bass (“Save Disco”), atmospheric breaks, hopped-up choruses, early-‘90s rave touchstones (“Nothing In the World,” “Control Your Body”). “Into the Sky” shows the Sydney trio’s ability to break out from dance and entertain U2-level altitudes and ambitions, while “Chameleon” and “Go Bang” push the tempo with slinky attitude.

EDITORS’ NOTES

A reference to a smokable ayahuasca, Changa taps into the most potent elements of dance and pop music. Among the tools in their arsenal: popping bass (“Save Disco”), atmospheric breaks, hopped-up choruses, early-‘90s rave touchstones (“Nothing In the World,” “Control Your Body”). “Into the Sky” shows the Sydney trio’s ability to break out from dance and entertain U2-level altitudes and ambitions, while “Chameleon” and “Go Bang” push the tempo with slinky attitude.

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