12 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Sequenced like a killer DJ set, Sydney duo Pnau’s eponymous 2007 album melts a heap of different sounds into their fluid, hook-heavy dance music. Ladyhawke’s Pip Brown taps into the '80s with dead-eyed nonchalance on coldwave jam "Embrace", while shuddering rave updates like "We Have Tomorrow" and "Wild Strawberries" flash back to the '90s. They flex their muscles on the snarling "No More Violence", while "Dancing on the Water" and "With You Forever" show off their pop instincts, psychedelic colours and limitless charm.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Sequenced like a killer DJ set, Sydney duo Pnau’s eponymous 2007 album melts a heap of different sounds into their fluid, hook-heavy dance music. Ladyhawke’s Pip Brown taps into the '80s with dead-eyed nonchalance on coldwave jam "Embrace", while shuddering rave updates like "We Have Tomorrow" and "Wild Strawberries" flash back to the '90s. They flex their muscles on the snarling "No More Violence", while "Dancing on the Water" and "With You Forever" show off their pop instincts, psychedelic colours and limitless charm.

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