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  • Summary: The debut full-length release for the Australian post-punk band was mixed by Nigel Lee-Yang of HTRK.
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  1. Feb 3, 2015
    80
    Depersonalisation transforms their potential into a beautifully bummed-out fever dream of a debut.
  2. Feb 3, 2015
    80
    Depersonalisation may still be moody and at times downright dour, but at the same time it’s bursting with likeable, accessible traits.
  3. 80
    There are some dazzling moments here.
  4. Feb 3, 2015
    65
    For those who grew up worshipping at the altar of such ephemeral sounds, a record like Depersonalisation is a welcome bit of gloom, even if it ultimately feels like a record you probably already own.
  5. Apr 13, 2015
    60
    Depersonalisation is a record that certainly wears more familiar musical influences on its sleeve but also shows the potential for forging a more personalized sound.
  6. Feb 3, 2015
    60
    Downcast, tasteful and frequently quite beautiful, Depersonalization borrows from sonics generated three decades ago, but with a lack of self-consciousness that makes it all sound fresh and new.
  7. Feb 3, 2015
    50
    It’s not that there’s a shortage of good ideas on Depersonalisation; it’s just that, in its attempts to sound lo-fi and to shroud everything in darkness, a fair few of those ideas have been smothered.

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