"It is an audaciously cinematic soundtrack fitting nothing in particular; but its sweeping synaesthetic kaleidoscopes can crop up your deepest, unrealest teenage dream-memories." Harry Manson reviews Wildflower, The Avalanches' first album in sixteen years.
"Really what you need is to be kind of lucky, rather skilful, a little edgy, and write songs people can relate to – ‘goon bags in the park’ included. But we sure don’t want that image to follow us around forever." Ben Arnold from Perth band Verge Collection catch up with Reuben Wylie.
"Whilst a handful of these tracks are susceptible to instant-skipping and the release will hardly thrill bandwagon fans of ‘Jumpman’ or ‘Hotline Bling’, it’s an obvious must for fans of his earlier work." Michael O'Leary reviews.
When self-proclaimed “dork” Field announced the remaining two songs there was a collective sigh of pain from the crowd - if Little May had announced they were going to continue to play, I would have continued to stand where I was, just to prolong the sheer pleasure of listening and watching these incredible artists create music that both they and their audience love. Tyler Morgan reviews.
"In finally cleaning up and colourising their previously dry sepia sound, the instrumental sounds and cues occasionally become so directly referential to very particular music that it starts feeling like a joke." Harry Manson reviews.
"Listening to this album, you might get a sense of Deakin as a pathological procrastinator, or manic-depressive, or else afflicted by some other variety of creative paralysis to have spent six years making an album that feels largely incomplete." Nick Morlet reviews Sleep Cycle.