Crafting a very strong organic sound through the use of all real instruments, Remember The Radio's "Sharper Moon Rabbit" permeates through the mediocre muddiness of most modern music with its gracefully and delicately mixed/balanced tracks, ghostly, atmospheric vocals, and dense, driving guitars. (listen here)
“Drought” opens with a highly distorted, deeply-toned bass guitar that vibrates through and rattles your bones and then bleeds into electric guitars and haunting vocals and lyrics of dark despair and depression. Opening with a solo kick drum and staccato guitar work is “Proliferation,” a song that emphasizes the human need to continue to “move forward,” and drives home this point with stunning choral voices that echo the lead singer’s plight with their angelic “ooohhs.” Taking a beat to slow down the record’s relentless pace is “Maria,” a minute-long track that showcases an extremely moving and weeping guitar solo. As a highlight on the album, “Searing” begins with a sublime instrumental piece as its electric guitar bends its will over its listener and then transitions into a beautifully aching choral acapella vocal with sorrowful lyrics of hopelessness only to end on a gorgeous classical guitar riff that complete’s the song’s vision of the bleakness of the wide-open mid-west with its unending violent sunsets and vast expanse of untouched and untamed wilderness.