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Boomkat Product Review:
American songwriter Aaron Schroeder condenses as many indicators of his sound as possible into the sleeve of this album. The title tells you a lot about the musical stylistics of the album, taking an outsider's stance on country. In addition to that the sleeve photo (like his MySpace picture) depicts Schroeder in Cobain-style white-rimmed sunglasses, which ties in nicely with a grunge-style re-reading of more traditional forms of Americana. 'Don't Go Home' touches on Elliott Smith-style vocal delivery but musically has more of a barroom country rock feel to it. 'Antlers' follows up on this, coming over like a wonkily tuned Bright Eyes workout, and by the time you get as far as the honky-tonk piano lines of 'Dead Rabbits' or the violin-led heartbreak of 'Devil's Lake' chances are you'll have fallen for Schroeder's slacker reappropriation of classic American songwriting.