"If Else were a movie ... it would be among the greatest stories ever told."
"I like to think of this as being a situation where we can only communicate with someone else through music and listening to this would be the way to explain to them what it means to have a realization."
"[Landis] strums the six strings sparsely, adds a fair amount of reverb and lets tones float free in space, but avoids such notions as looping a single chord into drone oblivion. Which is always a good thing. The guitar stays as it is and perhaps therefore it is a bit more work to create such beautiful pieces of music."
"Glacial, meticulous ballads curdling in the acidic interference of the outside world. Few releases this year have crafted such perfect sonic symbolism for the constantly embattled balancing act every individual performs between a calm, stable interior and the chaotic influx of external phenomena."
Recorded in spring of 2015 after a long time away. Solo baritone guitar.
Horn is composed by Nick Drake, Trip in a Blanik is composed by Gareth Dickson