A striking document of wide open loneliness, this split release by Andrew Weathers & Blaine Todd contains timeless works about Wobblies, the Staked Plain, etc.
Thoughtful, pensive songwriting blends with artisan-crafted dronework, and undercurrents of electronic wizardry.
“At the end the musician plays out another lovely piece, every thing is sensitive and kind & it goes in like a well wishing. It’s the perfect ending of this pretty sounding split by Andrew Weathers and Blaine Todd, whose works simply feel like a perfectly fitting match. Even though I tried my best to find words for a absurdist piece over here, I simply cannot come up with anything bizarre as I take this music very seriously. Beautiful work, gentlemen! “ - Kai Nobuko, Yeah I know It Sucks https://yeahiknowitsucks.wordpress.com/2019/02/15/andrew-weathers-blaine-todd-andrew-weathers-blaine-todd/
“…traditional Americana psychedelia rendered through reverb drenched folk thrusts. Todd skates across a lush and morose pond, blending dripping, cavernous guitar strums, backed with distant unsettled, sad vocals creating a fever dream style of psychedelic alt-pop.” - Michael Daddonna, Decaycast Webzine https://decaycast.wordpress.com/2019/01/26/decaycast-reviews-blaine-todd-andrew-weathers-houdini-mansions-2018/