8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 12 March 2009Super limited to 300 of which i'm reviewing number 288, 'My Old Lady' is release number two on the awesomely named Stumparumper records by Scribbler. This is a curious little release that is not easy to describe but it's most certainly a bedroom produced effort. Really minimal guitars with hints of reverb and a vocal is pretty much all you get. Sort of slow and country like Daniel Johnson singing a unfinished Neil Young song trying to doing his best impression of the Young falsetto. Sorta makes sense as scribbler are a canadian band. This 7" is so minimal i can barely even make it out. I'm gonna go turn up the stereo....that's better. OK, the second side is a bit more full on yet still sounds like a lo-fi indie rock Neil Young which in my opinion is no bad thing at all. A curious little release for the curious of mind.
10/10 Nathan Buchanan Customer review,
Just what you would expect from a scribbler 7': a mix of Noise, Live tracks and lo-fi acoustic songs. Definitely worth the money.
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