It seems as if Mocky has taken a bite from the sweet apple that contains the earworm. Other artists would need their complete discography to illustrate such a variety of catchy melodies, he only needs this record. Of course, Mocky has already proven his music’s hit-potential when co-authoring Feist’s »Metals« or Jamie Lidell’s »Multiply«. Now, his own seedlings have found a unique way of defining themselves, not least driven by the friendships with these two artists. His songs can be full of emotions, like in »When Paulie Gets Mad«, a track lead by violins and cello, making the time pass sideways between happiness and sorrow. Then there’s tension to be discharged, as shown in »Living In The Snow« or »Soulful Beat«, staying at the lower part of the emotional ladder. »Tomorrow Maker« combines the two facets, seamlessly replacing the somewhat melancholy so-so from the beginning with a much catchier do-pa-mine towards the end. And yet, there’s no difference between major and minor melodies, considering that each track effortlessly provides you with power, coming across as the perfect tonifier for you heart’s connective tissue. The tracks get your blood racing without even trying too hard. Of course, it’s a rather short workout with only 34 minutes of playing time. But despite – or rather because of – the fact that it doesn’t wear you out, it’s the perfect Mocky-training for everyone. For the young and the young at heart.