"Melodic, home-spun, psychedelic, slacker folk/rock that sounds like a time capsule, which it pretty much is."
J. Moss, The Modern Folk Music of America (Dec 2015)
"The music may be lo-fi but it’s recorded such that I felt like I had a front row seat in an intimate live setting."
Jerry Kranitz, Aural Innovations (Dec 2015)
“… possessing qualities of vision and charm. This hints at acoustic Rain Parade or early Dream Syndicate (when Kendra was around), and is lazy enough to call up Nikki Sudden as well..."
- Rob Forman, ND 6, Austin TX (1992)
“…dabblin' in the moody rock sphere mined by bands like American Music Club. Mud Pie is sorta low-fi, but sometimes the arrangements and sound are dead on and amazing for 4-track recordings..."
- Larry Crane, File 13 #15, Concord MA (1992)
released November 28, 2015
1-7 "New Swing Mood Things" written and recorded Dec 1991 - Feb 1992 at Tom's and Steven's homes. 8-13 "Two At Noon" recorded live at Tom's house Jan 19, 1992.
Steven: acoustic & amplified guitars, vocals, percussion, keyboards, drums on 3,4,7,13, all sounds on 6
Tom: guitars, acoustic & amplified bass, backup vocals, percussion, clay whistle, stand-up drums on 8-12, all sounds on 5