Mall Grab man Jordon Alexander has never before released music under his given name, but has made an exception for these two tracks since they were inspired by "turbulent times" and about "self-discovery, who I am and who I want to be". Both cuts are amongst the Australian's most impressive productions to date, with a level of melodic detail greater than many of his previous excursions. We're particularly enjoying the fizzing electro brilliance of "More Than I Ever Though I Could", where foreboding bass riffs and sparkling lead lines bob and weave above a snappy drum machine beat. That said, there's something wonderfully evocative about "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter", a tribute to the book and film of the same name that's in turns rich, warm, blissful, poignant and almost entirely beat-less.
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