No wonder Arts & Crafts picked up the full-length debut by Antipodean indie pop chanteuse Sally Seltmann (originally dropped last fall on Dot Dash in Australia) for North American release. All twinkly synths and looped string fills, with fairy-like vocals fluttering over top, it's a perfect fit for their dream-pop mini-empire. Seltmann musters a nicely groggy, hesitant coo that makes you feel like you're listening to a young girl's heart-rending diary confessions about rehab and breakups, but relies too heavily on melodic repetition. The songs are structured like paper dolls - identical keyboard riffs and two-bar violin hooks built on top of themselves - and would bestronger with some diversity . As it stands, The Last Beautiful Day is all pretty theme, no variation.