The vocals on this song remind me quite a bit of M.I.A. or something. They're definitely an important element to the track, but I think the general buildup and instrumentals are what really capture my attention. Sure, it's a bit cliche to do the whole build-up thing in electronic music, but this song somehow does really well at bursting through the final door with a whole ton of energy.
This isn't the first time the Melbourne-based have appeared on Indie Shuffle (listen to "Get Up Boy"), and it probably won't be the last time. Once you're a repeat offender on this website you tend to stay one, so here's hopingthe interesting songskeep on coming.