Australian Chet Faker has one of those dirty, nasty, smokey tones that will force you to grimace your face and nod your head like a never ending Vince Kidd impression. The track ‘I’m Into You’ taken from his recently released EP ‘Thinking In Textures’ personifies his lazy soulful approach and meandering verses, forcing me to partially close my eyes in a kind of drunken slumber in reply. Now you’ve enjoyed the step-by-step on how my face malfunctions during a Chet Faker track, see if yours does the same.
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