Monday, April 17, 2006

The Complete Guide To Insufficiency

It's indie folk without an audience in mind, which is a quality I always gravitate to. It's Devendra Banhart meets Antony and the Johnsons meets M. Ward (which makes for enough jangling sadness to fill any rainy day with the kind of melancholy usually reserved for chemical induction).

There is a significant talent at work here. This is a small album of beautiful, difficult and moving music that is worth a listen.

David Thomas Broughton

The Complete Guide To Insufficiency

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