Sydney Indie rockers, Mar haze have released a new album and it certainly hasn’t disappointed. From the get-go, good money promises serious groove and smooth, yet energetic vocals which will have you up and dancing even before a word’s been sung.
‘Good money’, the second track from the album introduces a heavy and seriously catchy riff, followed with an almighty chorus; sort of like the tune that would get stuck in your head but you wouldn’t have a problem about it.
‘Wonderland’ brings listeners into a dreamier soundscape, with a lazy melody alike to the sweet sounds of Sticky Fingers. ‘Strange’ flows through a more upbeat, synthy funk, which carries on into the last track, ‘Don’t hold on’, which concludes their sounds beautifully.
There’s no doubt this album has been carefully thought out, fine tuned and pieced together by the four piece to get it just right. Good Money transcends through a journey of rock, pop and reggae, creating truly unique sounds that will have you listening over and over again.
Reviewed by Aine Keogh