Well Worn

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I've been telling people for a while now that I want to move to Melbourne, Australia because of all of the great electronic music that comes out of there, and this group is no exception. Kllo, a duo made up of two cousins Simon Lam and Chlloe Kaul, simply put together a beatiful collection of music with this Well Worn EP. Their sound is so damn pure, and the production is fantastic. Each track is different, yet clearly has their signature style throughout. They seem to perfectly mix together beatutiful synth leads, pads, piano and drums to create multiple calming, grooving tracks. Add the stunning female vocal, and you've got five really killer tracks. To be honest, there's not really one track I'd recommend over the others because I really do love each one for its own reason. The first track, "Walls to Build", has the most groove to it; I simply can't help myself from dancing along to it, yet still admiring its beauty. I love the intro clip and vocal chop in the fourth track, "On My Name", as they add much character to the track. And the synth build at the end of the final track, "Don't Be The One" is so nice, and adds so much emotion. I'd compare them to the likes of Wafia, AlunaGeorge, George Maple, yet they seem to have their own style and character that really comes out in their music, and I love it. Overall, I'd absolutely recommend this short, five song EP to anyone and everyone who enjoys the more mellow electronic music. Well Worn is a stunning piece of work and definetly leaves me wanting more. I'll for sure be on the look out for their next album.

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Walls to Build
On My Name
Zack Estes
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