I like the girl/boy dual vocals and sad sweetness that pervades Carissa's Weird sound. It's multi-layered and dense, while at the same time maintaining a sense of simplicity. The songs on this album are long and dreamy, allowing me to work along without have to listen too closely to the music. It's not just background noise, it's music that allows you to accomplish tasks rather than detracting from them. I don't own this on vinyl yet, but I will...I promise. Check it out on Amazon.
Favorite Tracks on the Album: Some Days Are Better Than Others