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Boomkat Product Review:
For some inexplicable reason Tara Jane O'Neil's albums have always somehow slipped off our radar - we've loved every single one of them, from Preservation's wonderful 'Bones' to 'In Circles' on Quarterstick, yet it seems like an age since we actually listened to any of them - but why?? Having just sat through this new album - her first for Kranky - we're none the wiser. Her music is just fantastic, all reverb-drenched lullabies that remind us of Grouper at her most ethereal on the one hand and the classic drift-pop the Kranky label have cornered the market for on the other. The opening trio of tracks frames this well - 'Welcome' ushers you in with warm, effervescent vocal-layers that slowly fizz into blissful ambience, while "Wordless in Woods" and "This Morning Glory" distil the essence of a band like Low, stripped bare. Only a couple of the tracks here break the spell, most notably 'The Lull the Going' - that seems to us at least to sit just the wrong side of sentimental, everything else is just total knockout, a genuinely blissful album we're going to make a point of listening to more often than any of its predecessors.