A happily indescribable album – Powerpuff Girls meets Merzbow? Animal Collective meets PC Music? Reclusive Melbourne producer-songwriter Katie Dey has crafted an album that destroys any definition of bedroom-pop you have.
The endearing honesty and DIY production are still present, but the unsettling layers of noise with lyrics that touch on nihilism and skin-crawling insects makes this a truly unique listen. If this is bedroom-pop, this is what the kids in Gummo record in their bedrooms.