"This has the nice chamber music quality of say Town And Country or Ben Vida's early releases. Quite nice."
Glasswing (Slow Names 3)
"Frankly, this is an emotionally draining album. By the end I was noticeably tired. It’s not that Landis asks a lot out of you as a listener. What he does do is draw you into his life sans hesitation. There are ups and downs, unidentified desires and failures that are simply there. It is hard to truly listen/exist with another, the push, the pull, that becomes, by default, the essence of risk. This music teaches us how to live this. It reveals how this is the grandest risk one can possibly take."
- A Few Moons
- So Few They Aren't Worth Naming
- Glasswing (G Train Pt 1)
- The Weaponization of It
- Pretty Feral (G Train Pt 2)
- Shift and Bend
- Flew (G Train Pt 3)
- She Came Back Pretty Different
- Two of / Three of
Brendan Landis - guitar, koto, field recordings, computer
David Grollman - snare drum on Peppermint
Mingo Kazumi - percussion on Peppermint
Greg Gorlen - tape manipulation on She Came Back Pretty Different