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A vinyl only release of sadly hushed singing tones, quietly strummed acoustic songs and moody bedroom recording experiments. Fans of Hood will appreciate the down-tempo vibes and ambient waves. If I was forced to come up with a new genre of music I'd call this lo-fi bedroom folk. If I was being belligerent (which I admit I sometimes am here at the towers) I would maybe implore the singer to lighte ...

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8/10 Mingus Staff review, 24 January 2008
A vinyl only release of sadly hushed singing tones, quietly strummed acoustic songs and moody bedroom recording experiments. Fans of Hood will appreciate the down-tempo vibes and ambient waves. If I was forced to come up with a new genre of music I'd call this lo-fi bedroom folk. If I was being belligerent (which I admit I sometimes am here at the towers) I would maybe implore the singer to lighten up, get out more and also to give out a little more. This way, maybe he'd belt out his songs with a little more gusto. On the contrary though, if he took any heed of poor music retailers like myself, his forte of bruised fragility wouldn't come across in such an achingly blue way. Which I think is probably the key selling point of this LP.

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