When this Australian outfit emerged in 2004, it was as synth popsters/ digital disco freaks with a New Order and Kraftwerk fetish. On their third LP they’ve adopted a Larry Levan-goes- African-highlife, Thompson Twins-get-down-with-Animal Collective stance. Which is less contrived and far more trippily effective than it sounds. Clearly smitten by Yeasayer and chillwave, CC have the woozily euphoric thing down to a T.
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