Album Review: Client Liaison - Client Liaison

22 August 2014 | 10:43 am | Stephanie Tell

A drunken crowd-pleaser.

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This anticipated debut EP is a shimmering journey into escapist dance vibes.

Opening gem End Of The Earth’s bright, ‘80s-revived synth-pop is decked out with tribal, junkyard percussion. In contrast, follow-up Feed The Rhythm is a ‘90s-inspired club anthem, funky sax solo included. With dramatic keys, whooshing beats and soulful female BVs, the song is both a drunken crowd-pleaser and feelgood gym jam.

The Melbourne duo don’t exactly revitalise the disco-infused, electro-pop genre, but they do filter the best parts of past beats to create sharp’n’shiny retro nostalgia.