"A powerful forging of Making's own scabrous, seething path."
On their debut LP Highlife, Sydney trio Making continue abusing the maximal minimalist route that My Disco forged.
ZS is a corrosive blast of metallic emulsion, the reverb-heavy vocal mantra burying into the brain. Amazon has a more twisting yet no less confronting approach, evoking Battles at their less esoteric, while Dream Job is a nightmare of industrial-strength proportions, a lithe metallic beast attaching to the jugular. The strongest track here is Come To Me, playing with more nebulous melodies before exploding in viscera. Highlife is a powerful forging of Making's own scabrous, seething path.