The latest record from Perth’s Rabbit Island will wash over you like a warm, soothing shower and have you immediately enter a state of relaxed bliss.
Throughout the record the production is kept clean, crisp and simple with incredibly understated, airy vocal flourishes.
By blending electronic production elements with guitars, pianos, organs and her own voice Deep In The Big is imbued with an organic, raw and hypnotic sound, all with a spiritual underpinning.
Whilst the methodology with this release is to be appreciated it lacks a compelling hook which will draw the listener in for multiple listening sessions. Deep In The Bigworks as soothing background music but as a means of dedicated entertainment perhaps look elsewhere.
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