Youandewan ‎– There Is No Right Time



Have The Guts 4:35
Be Good To Me, Poly 5:07
Waiting For L 5:08
Time To Leave (Can't Mix) 3:02
10405 (Alice) 5:56
Our Odyssey 7:50
Something Keeps Me Real Quiet 5:47
Left On Lucy 6:40
Earnest Kelly 7:28
4D Anxiety 5:40

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AUSCD008, AUSLP008 Youandewan There Is No Right Time(CD, Album) Aus Music, Aus Music AUSCD008, AUSLP008 UK 2016 Sell This Version
AUSCD008D Youandewan There Is No Right Time(10xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Aus Music AUSCD008D UK 2016
AUSLP008 Youandewan There Is No Right Time(2x12", Album) Aus Music AUSLP008 UK 2016 Sell This Version


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July 8, 2020
referencing There Is No Right Time, 2x12", Album, AUSLP008

This on wax is a touch of class rarely found in electronic today. Perfect from start to finish. Previous review details perfectly why this belongs in your collection if you're a fan of minimalist, ambient, electronic. Feels like a soundtrack that you wish would never stop. Arguably one of the best albums of 2016, or at the very least in the conversation for best of 2016.


October 29, 2018
referencing There Is No Right Time, CD, Album, AUSCD008, AUSLP008
Will never tire of the soundscapes Youandewan crafts on this dreamy LP


October 16, 2016
referencing There Is No Right Time, 2x12", Album, AUSLP008
Where to begin with this? I highly recommend this album if you're looking for "Home Listening" electronic music. This album has been on repeat while in the house. Looking forward to my next long drive as this would be perfect for that as well. It has a warmth that permeates throughout that makes it hard to not like. This is not a high energy album or for the clubs. The closest song to make that grade would be, "Left On Lucy." The rest of the album otherwise has the vibe of his remix for Sei A's, "Frozen Flower." That song was my introduction to Youandewan. The warmth of that song conveys to his LP with a higher tempo and different styles in terms of drum patterns and samples. The only song to me that didn't stand out was, "Earnest Kelly." The song for me broke the story Ewan was trying to tell. But, it ends on the high note of, "4D Anxiety." If the album's on repeat it would be hard to not play it again. It's very warm and inviting. If hearing just samples it is tough to convey the beauty that is, "Be Good To Me, Poly." I love how that song plays out as do the rest of the songs on the album. Give it your time and you'll be glad you did.