For those of you who feel a little bit lost by the recent artistic experimentations by the excellent Richard Swift, please take the time to download his newest release, a free EP entitled Grownd Trouble Jaw. The five songs on there find Swift both expanding on the sounds found on recent works and going back to his more traditional songwriting. In fact, I want to say that "Lady Luck" and "The Bully" are expanded versions of songs on his latest two-EP garage-rock outing.
I'm loving everything on this EP, but I'm most impressed by this EP, because it supports my claims that Swift is our generation's Randy Newman. Just listen to the following songs and tell me it ain't so! Enjoy it while it lasts, he's probably going to change again soon!
Listen To: "The Original Thought"
Listen To: "A Song for Milton Feher"
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