Melbourne garage-psych four-piece The Baudelaires have just released their debut LP Musk Hill, the follow-up to their 2014 debut EP Be A Baudelaire. They certainly weren't a band shy of the effects pedals a couple of years ago, and it's a predilection that's stuck around, as the band dive ever deeper into ...
And that's why Baudelaire would like his namesake's album, Musk Hill. Songs such as Scrapbooker and Snapper Steve are rich kaleidoscopic textures, dirty garage riffs and lilting vocals. Foxglove is a walk into life's lysergic perimeter; Lucy Leave takes Them's Gloria and thrusts it under Timothy Leary's colourful gaze.
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