Melbourne band Northeast Party House only have a couple of tracks recorded, so it's hard to judge them without having seen them live. That said, those two tracks do make quite an impression.
Dusk is a quiet verse, loud chorus affair, mixing simple drums and keys in the keys with driving synth and 80's style high-pitched guitar in the chorus to good effect (i.e., not sounding like a pastel shirt with pale jacket party jam).
Embezzler on the other hand has more of a dance-punk feel to it, especially with the funk inspired bass. Just as solid as Dusk, the track if nothing else, shows Northeast Party House could be one of the more variety-fuelled bands of the future.
Check out both songs on their Triple J Unearthed page.