Boomkat Product Review:
Oldham's in life-altering good form here - harmonically there's hints of the mastery he displayed acoustically over a chunky folk-rock groove, somewhere between a downhome David Crosby and sticky fingers period Stones.
They're running down the ragged boogie here, and yet with an inimitable poise that is prime Oldham - shifting between quiet, loud, country, rock. Checking the short but beautiful Paul Bowles piece inserted, discussing the various merits and problems associated with alcohol and cannabis, there's an analogue for this predictably wonderful album, at once both inside and outside, recessive and outgoing, dynamic and apparently static. Looks like a keeper, we're happy to say.