Kllo are a Melbourne based dance duo comprising of Chloe Kaul and Simon Lam. The EP kicks off with bouncy track Walls To Build, which sets the palette for the rest of the songs very well; Chloe’s vocals blend into the backing track, that wouldn’t sound out of place on a track by Banoffee, perfectly.
Bolide is another great track, with the looping sampled voice thing done in a way that isn’t annoying, like it is on a lot of songs.
Sense is a bit more downbeat than the other tracks on the EP, but that is in no way a bad thing, it shows versatility in the duo; the track brings the EP down a bit for a while before the final two tracks build it back up, but in no way does it feel like a lull.
The highlight of the EP for me was closing track Don’t Be The One, the most chilled out of a pretty chilled out set of songs ends the set of songs very nicely. If this is what a full album by Kllo will sound like, then it will be a great one.
Highlight – Don’t Be The One