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Dead centre in the Venn diagram between ‘songs that make you want to roll your car windows down and belt along to at the top of your lungs’ and ‘songs so powerful and raw they give you goosebumps on parts of your body that you didn’t think could have goosebumps’, the debut album from Melbourne-native indie goddess Angie McMahon is almost certain to go down in the annals of Australian rock legends.

Best soaked in alone, with volume cranked high and lights dimmed to let its warm and rousing poignancy truly shine, Saltis a slow-burning masterstroke of vehemence and humanity. McMahon wears her soul thin across its winding

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