|1.||"Moon Plain" (7:14)|
|1.||"Sentenced Beyond The Seas" (5:05)|
|2.||"Moon Plain" (Soft Rocks Acperience) (7:14)|
REPRESS ALERT: Little do people know that Coober Pedy is an opal rich town buried deep within the red and arid outback of South Australia. Lewie Day (aka Tornado Wallace) and Tom Moore may be from Melbourne, but the duo make up the Coober Pedy University Band, coining the term "Krautback" to describe this Moon Plain EP. Drawing upon italo synths and mid-tempo Balearica as inspiration, the first release comes in 12" form via Soft Rocks' Kinfolk label. The reverb washed Australian crooner Chet Faker appears on the title track "Moon Plain" alongside heavy struck piano chords, while "Sentenced Beyond The Seas" is a flow of groggy atmospheres and downtempo beats. "Oblong" is the the EPs stand out italo track with short bass arpeggios a highlight, while Soft Rocks "Acperience" mix of "Moon Plain" takes on an acidic and space western theme.
Jane Fitz (Invisible Menders), Craig Bratley, Alexis Le-Tan, Lexx, Local Zero, Felix Dickinson, ROTCIV, Justin Miller, Piers Harrison, Adventures In Paradise, Jacques Renault, Chizh, Faze Action, Nick Anthony Simoncino, Juno Recommends Disco, Juno Recommends Downtempo, Eddie C, KevinTsuba, Daniel Nellstrum O'Bongo, Steve Lee, Marcello Giordani, Roberto S, Mitchell Goor, Melbourne Deepcast, Young Adults, Dynamicron (Los Grandes/Our Nights), The Noodleman, Goldsmith (Rebel Disco/Push Push), COYOTE Is It Balearic?, Juno Best Sellers 2016, Lovefingers
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