There's a chance you might've come across NSW duo Tropical Strength before, most probably from their psychedelic journey of lo-fi goodness in Pile Of Shit – which came with a selfie-stick-filmed clip back in April. Their debut album Zutti has officially arrived through Farmer & The Owl via Inertia Music and it's a release that seems to defy the bounds of set genres, something which the band's frontman Al Foil says came from experimentation and treating the record as a personal diary. "When I first started recording I had no intention of releasing an album," says Foil on the record – exclusively streaming via yours truly today. "The songs were more like musical diary entries and ambient sound collage experiments than anything else. I guess that’s why the final product is so anomalous and genre-fluid."