Erin McKeown's voice is wrapped up in blankets of warm, textured tones and Bjork-like inflections filtered through her own unique, natural singing techniques. Her songs are reflectively moody; her arrangements display a taste for something better than radio can offer. The drummer and bass player add a lot of style to her songs with their rhythmic, less-is-more approach to space and time. Her music is perfect for those rainy autumn weekends that were made for staying in and invoking the kindred soul. Somebody should get her off the Indie label she's on and get her signed to one who can afford to put out more than a couple of full-length cassette tapes and MP3s.