It’s 16 years since the Avalanches’ era-defining ‘Since I Left You’. How can a follow-up that took so long sound so meh?
Dance It Aaway
Lyrical simplicity aside, this lot make an altogether rather joyous racket, capturing perfectly the spirit of beer and sweat-soaked flailing on a scummy dancefloor as relentless basslines collide with yelps and fast-paced riffs on four electro strop-pop nuggets. Who needs books down the disco anyway?
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