RELEASED 12TH SEPTEMBER 2014, FUTURE CLASSIC
For goodness Seekae, the Aussie IDM hipsters have released their third album and announced a London gig to boot. Dropping earlier this month, ‘The Worry’ draws on ambient yet industrial sounds to create the building blocks for the 12 track LP and also sees Alex Cameron step up to vocal duties for the first time. Think background music from the coolest, sexiest afterparty you’ve been to stepping effortlessly into the foreground and you’d be close.
Seekae have truely evolved with this one, the post-punk in a post-dubstep world sound floats into your ears and sticks to your brain in a way that only cleverly crafted pieces can. And just like the cover art is a melding of the group’s faces, ‘The Worry’ seemlessly melds elements of euphoria with more haunting almost angsty parts. There’s something to suit every palate from deep house purist types to indie Cindies, a good thing if you’re a human who experiences a range of moods, maybe not such a good thing if you’re a monotonous robot type…sorry robots.
The only worry about the worry is that since we’ve heard the trio’s skills for adapting genres to complement their style we now feel a little inadequate bragging about how we can play chopsticks on both piano and recorder…sadface. Still so young too…those jammy little…
20th October – London – Electrowerks