REVIEWS for Dusken Lights 2016 debut album - "In The Service Of Spring"

“One of the great surprise releases of the year, I really love this album” – Paul Gough (ABC Radio National)

“Intertwining melodies, rumbling percussion and Dylanesque lyrics in this collection of beautifully understated pop songs” – Iain Shedden (The Australian)
“Beautifully phrased, immaculately sung, full of lush harmonies, rich production and sometimes dark meanderings. I cannot commend their album more highly” – Tony Bates (Radio 3MDR Victoria)
“A lovely breezy work of intricate folk-pop with a nimble flow and gently literate sense of lyricism. A quiet and unassuming gem” – Andrew Khedoori (Radio 2SER Sydney)
“Absolutely stunning. Dusken Lights are destined for something very big” – Dave Anger (Radio 2MCR Sydney)
“A Beautiful Album” – Neil Rogers (Radio Triple R, Melbourne)
“A delightful Pop record, captivating your ears within seconds” – Nathan Langford (Austin Town Hall blog)

"Delicate, with beguiling vocals, subtle instrumental lines and clever use of percussion to dress up tracks, there is much to admire in this debut" - Rory McCartney (BMA Magazine)
“In The Service Of Spring is a great album, one of the best I’ve listened to this year” – Marco (Daily Music Releases blog)
“Album of the Week” – ABC Radio National
“Feature Album of the Week” – Three D Radio Adelaide
“Pop never ceases to regenerate a new spring, such as Dusken Lights rainbow of gently twilit songs that combine a dreamy folk-pop spirit with subtle irony and waves of bittersweet” Raffaello Russo (Music Won’t Save You blog)

“A beautiful album” – Caitlin Nienaber (Radio RTRFM Perth)