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Music Review: Crayon Fields' All The Pleasures Of The World

Hi all,

RTR FM posted it up here. Excerpt is below. Enjoy.

“So why not spoil ourselves?” With a line like that, you won’t be able to argue with the Crayon Fields: Geoff O’Connor, Brett Hudson, Chris Hung and Neil Erenstrom. They classify themselves as guitar trance though they have been referred to as lo-fi or twee pop. Geoff O’Connor sounds remarkably like Jeremy Jay when he sings and the music has Elvis Costello leanings with some modern pop twists thrown in. Overall, the album All The Pleasures Of The World, holds together. Play this album in the background while making out and when you don’t know the right words, Crayon Fields will supply them for you…

Marisa is a globetrotting freelance writer, journalist and editor with cat for hire (her, not the cat). She is currently based in Melbourne.

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