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  • Summary: The debut album from Adelaide, Australia's Mark Mitchell (who records as Clue To Kalo) is a mix of indie rock and electronica, drawing comparisons to everyone from Badly Drawn Boy to Dntel.
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  1. 80
    Once the languid beats and innocent twilight melodies of Mark Mitchell's spacious oddity of an album hits the fourth track, you begin to realize a certain cohesion to this eccentric electronic work.
  2. Come Here When You Sleepwalk is a soporific reverie that wafts gently and beguilingly but ultimately insubstantially.
  3. Uncut
    Feyness is a constant threat, but Mitchell's British debut generally tiptoes clear of whimsy, mixing up the guitar loops, squitting beats and genteel vocal angst in a way which becomes insidious. [Apr 2003, p.105]
  4. Compared to similar but more extroverted acts like Capitol K and Manitoba, Clue to Kalo lacks the jagged pop edges that stick in the listener's memory.
  5. Mojo
    An elegant digital reverie. [Apr 2003, p.112]
  6. Q Magazine
    He sings with surprising forthrightness yet these 10 electronic daydreams are not songs in any conventional sense. [May 2003, p.100]
  7. Sleepwalk an essential body of work for those who enjoy their electronic music with a little human interference.

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