The Revue appreciates how “artists [are] making nostalgia sound refreshing and inviting has increased,” mentioning the likes of Tame Impala and Whitney as examples. But, says the website, “While these musicians made some fantastic albums… very few have taken as sweeping of an approach as Ablebody.” It goes on, “The summery, light melodies of the ’60s are heard from start to finish [on new LP Adult Contemporaries]. The disco- and Laurel Canyon-infused music of the ’70s add some brightness and shimmering effects. Even ’80s new wave is heard in [sic] unexpected parts. What makes Adult Contemporaries a success, however, is not the wide-ranging influences and sounds, but how the Hochheim twins have taken three decades of music and created one, cohesive album.”
Read the full review, including a breakdown of some of the album’s key songs, here.