Albani's experience as a bassist shows in the way she marks and fills spaces, each rest decorated and exaggerated with complicated webs and wires of miniscule parts like handclaps. 'Getbye' lunges ahead and collapses behind her rattling bass, the glockenspiel, guitar and drums syncing at each turnaround. 'Rides,' the first song she wrote, is a perfect pop miniature. In less than two minutes, and with no verses and no chorus but rather some strange hybrid of the two, the tune climbs up and down the bass melody, handclaps and spoons springing beneath like toddlers in a drum line. Still, they're short, playful and extremely catchy ditties, suggesting a prodigious child unaware that such a thing as traditional song structure exists. It's refreshing in the same way as some of the tracks from Panda Bear's Comfy in Nautica and Micachu's Jewellery. They sound like someone trying to start over, with no preconceptions of how songs, relationships or life should work. Grayson Currin, The INDY.