The Weekend Australian - Review - - Music Reviews -

Vi­sions Touch Sen­si­tive Fu­ture Clas­sic That Syd­ney pro­ducer Michael Di Francesco’s debut al­bum starts with the swirling, spacey synths of his 2013 break­out hit Pizza Guy is poignant. It’s a bridge be­tween old and new, mark­ing the end of spo­radic stu­dio out­put that be­gan with 2004’s beau­ti­fully mel­low Body Stop but that has, un­til now, borne only a clutch of other re­leases. His debut LP is im­mer­sive and al­to­gether smooth. Disco, jazz and funk in­flu­ences are brought to­gether by bumpy elec­tron­ics, sam­ples and vo­cals, cre­at­ing a retro am­bi­ence re­flect­ing Di Francesco’s his­tory as a

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