This album is the coalescence of everything Vagabon has been working on for the past few years. Originally putting her music out herself, this album is takes those songs and fleshes them out with some hard hitting drums, synths, and some sludgy guitars. Not all the tracks are heavy though, some take on a dreamy quality, or a folky quality. Regardless of what’s going on musically, Tamko’s fragile but soulful voice lends itself nicely.
RIYL: Adult Mom, Diet Cig, Crying
Label: Father/Daughter Records
Recommend: 1, 2, 3, 5