13 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Saskwatch is Melbourne’s resident groove machine, brilliantly fusing retro funk and psychedelic trip-outs. The sepia-toned haze of “Finger Painting” and “100 Years” shows they just weren’t made for these times (dig the warped-cassette effects on “Gemini”). Singer Nkechi Anele applies a light touch, providing a pretty-yet-assertive touchstone that anchors the album. Then, before you slip away into a mountainside daydream, Saskwatch accelerates the tempo (“Shrinking Violet”) and drops listeners into a funky dance party.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Saskwatch is Melbourne’s resident groove machine, brilliantly fusing retro funk and psychedelic trip-outs. The sepia-toned haze of “Finger Painting” and “100 Years” shows they just weren’t made for these times (dig the warped-cassette effects on “Gemini”). Singer Nkechi Anele applies a light touch, providing a pretty-yet-assertive touchstone that anchors the album. Then, before you slip away into a mountainside daydream, Saskwatch accelerates the tempo (“Shrinking Violet”) and drops listeners into a funky dance party.

Explicit
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