10 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Moving forward from the dubstep debut which made waves in 2011, the long-awaited Making Time is a sensual, laid-back affair. Throughout this confident set, we’re given concrete evidence that the extended prep time was used wisely. “Movement” sees Woon’s delicate vocal dance across a confident, jazzy strut, single “Sharpness” implements restrained R&B before gently swelling into its gorgeous chorus, while “Thunder”’s sunshine psychedelic aspirations perhaps point at how Woon’s grand talent may yet unspool.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Moving forward from the dubstep debut which made waves in 2011, the long-awaited Making Time is a sensual, laid-back affair. Throughout this confident set, we’re given concrete evidence that the extended prep time was used wisely. “Movement” sees Woon’s delicate vocal dance across a confident, jazzy strut, single “Sharpness” implements restrained R&B before gently swelling into its gorgeous chorus, while “Thunder”’s sunshine psychedelic aspirations perhaps point at how Woon’s grand talent may yet unspool.

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