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Song of the day – 57: Pikelet

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I don’t want to turn this whole Song of the Day series into a string of links to reviews I’ve written recently, but…

1. I usually only ask to review albums that I think I’m going to enjoy.

2. I’m ferociously caught up in finishing my PhD confirmation document right now, on severe sleep deprivation – and sometimes the most direct route is the best.

So I reviewed the second album from Melbourne’s solo star Pikelet a couple of days. Among other phrases, I wrote that “I know this is music I like: it’s full of escaping awkward bunnies and Technicolor lighting, and keyboards that travel on circular paths, each oscillation bumping into the next” and hence was a fraction surprised to receive a message on Twitter, stating that “I can’t tell if you like it!”

Man, I didn’t realise that star ratings were mandatory these days!

2 Responses to Song of the day – 57: Pikelet

  1. Jo April 15, 2010 at 6:43 am

    You have about a 40% hit rate with me because we have wildly different tastes, but this is good.

  2. Jerry April 18, 2010 at 9:41 am

    (from Facebook)

    Sarah Titmuss
    Pikelet is just too amazing. tEDS were lucky enough to play with her in London last summer. Impeccable taste, Mr True. As ever! x
    12 April at 10:42 ·

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