It's the more languid atmospherics of Her Space Holiday that ultimately win the day...
Where Wichita Recordings continues its policy of releasing quietly excellent
records. [a]Bright Eyes[/a] and [a]Her Space Holiday[/a] (respectively, vehicles
for the solo talents of Conor Oberst and Marc Bianchi) have both
already unveiled fantastic debut albums, and this four-track EP serves as a
useful reminder of them.
[a]Bright Eyes[/a] are the angrier and more angular
of the two (the main track here ‘The Calender Hung Itself’ is one of the
high points of their recent ‘Fevers And Mirrors’ album) but it’s the more
languid atmospherics of [a]Her Space Holiday[/a] that ultimately win the day.