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Boomkat Product Review:
Aptos is the fifth album by The Moore Brothers, and it's recorded by Sub Pop songwriter Kelley Stoltz, who helps keep the production pared down and simple enough, laying bare the exquisite '60s influenced pop songwriting and tightly knit harmonies. Joanna Newsom is a known fan of the Bros, recruiting them for warm up duties at her Albert Hall gig among others. She lends her drummer, Neal Morgan to the record, who like Stoltz is there to enable the songs rather than add his own colour to proceedings, and it works beautifully on the like of the wholly lovely 'Variety' and 'Daughter Feather' - both compositions by Thom Moore, who tends to write the more adventurous, melodically complex pieces here (all the odd-numbered tracks), while Greg Moore (taking up the even numbers) tends to be a little more laidback. That said, Greg's 'Good Heart, Money and Rain' is a real standout, but then its haunting tones are augmented by the aforementioned Ms. Newsom, who decorates the piece with her harp pluckings. Lovely.