Oscar Key Sung is working some things out, emotionally and whatnot. Good news is he wants you (yes you, Audiocred faithful) to work some things out with him. On a dance floor. Right now.
At leas that’s the impression I get from the mesmerizing “All I Could Do.” On the latest from the Melbourne producer, percussive bloops, tinted with melody, eight-step in and out as Key Sung’s voice reaches mountainous heights. Sensual synthetic moans scoop out the ground from Key Sung and leave him slashed and scraped by either a wild night out or a particularly dreadful four year relationship. Samples wreck the track into a delicate mess with brisk and digital inhalations, and a mix of programmed claps and synth string blasts stretch you until ear-to-ear you’re bridging the gap between an Australian beach and a grimy London club. Whether or not you’re looking for love or just looking to dance away all the hate, “All I Could Do” is sure to put the sweat in your step and a blister on your big toe.