Second album from the Australian duo of Amelia Besseny & Cooper Bowman, shifting from the mostly freeform approach of their previous releases to a more defined new age dream pop ambience, splitting the difference between the hypnagogic digidub of the current Oz underground (Laila Sakini, M. Quake, Carla dal Forno, Kallista Kult), the-truth-is-in-the-crystals mysticism of early 2010s Not Not Fun and minimal wave elegance. None of this would sound out of place on the i stumble and i fall compilation A Colourful Storm issued earlier this year, and if i were a gambling man, i'd put the house on the same people having contributed the Gwydir track that was the stand out of that collection. I've previously described that song as a shimmers-in-greyscale synth-wonder with the same maudlin soul as Carol's So Low and an Enya-like appreciation for the dramatic. For the most part, Oak Corridor assimilates those same qualities, but let's a little more colour in around its edges, more noticeably psychedelic and sundazed. Both downunder and all the way out in the cosmos.