Kellini may not be Norway's most famous exponent of nu-disco, but his track record is undeniably impressive. Further proof arrives via "Same Same But Different", a decidedly glassy-eyed and Balearic three-tracker made in cahoots with newcomer Lazy Kay. Throughout, it's the yawning, sun-baked warmth of his synth-pop influenced chord progressions and the glistening brightness of the guitar flourishes that catches the ear. Title track and opener "Same Same But Different" sets the tone via bubbly mid-tempo beats and heaps of summery colour, while "Outchill" is the audio equivalent of wrapping yourself in a warm blanket to gaze at an autumnal Adriatic sunset. If you require a little more energy, head for the woozy synth solos, jaunty grooves and restless cowbells of closing cut "Got To".
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