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Untitled #23 review from Sydney Morning Herald Print E-mail
Wednesday, 18 March 2009
Four out of five stars in one of Australia's most seen newspapers! Untitled #23
(Unorthodox/MGM)
4/5 stars ****

"After 30 years, it's almost as if Steve Kilbey, Peter Koppes and Marty Willson-Piper with drummer Tim Powles plug in at will and stream this sparkling, electric poetry from some guitar-shaped hole in the universe. Cobalt Blue begins with disorientation: a seemingly random chord cycle chased by Kilbey's shapeless melody, only to be sewn together with an exquisite guitar dialogue. Pangaea, Happenstance and Operetta fall into the more pleasing structures of yore: a 12-stringed flurry here; an airborne choral hook there. Best of all are On Angel Street and Sunken Sun, gossamer weaves of dream narrative and telepathic restraint." - by Michael Dwyer
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