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Boomkat Product Review:
Not to be confused with Andrew McGregor's outsider song project Gown, this duo's latest full-length provides its own take on restructuring ballad formats and bedroom recording projects. 'Fargo' is an incredible opener. Erika Anderson's wincing, spoken delivery is like altered state poetry, disjointed and occupied with images small town locations and lost summers, plotted out in her long lists of prescription drugs and droning sonic backdrops. Similarly bizarre, the lo-fi songscapes of 'Rope' is jagged yet rooted in more conventional song craft, like an alt. rock reincarnation of Charalambides. It's no coincidence that gothic avant-folker Carla Bozulich helps out on the album: these guys clearly inhabit the same claustrophobic, darkened hinterlands. There's an odd, edgy darkness to these songs, but they're never made unpalatable by the noise and drone, instead the soft piano chords of 'Cherylee' are transfigured into something far more sophisticated and all the more beautiful for it. Recommended.