Every once in a while you come across an album like The Long Lost Art of Getting Lost that can't be neatly filed away under a particular genera. Orchestral post-doom, maybe? All I know is I wish I had shelled out the extra cash and gotten a copy of on vinyl instead of cassette. The seven tracks here are amazing; composed with viola, bass, drums, and ghostly vocals, A Stick and A Stone manages to be minimalist and ethereal with gloomy, heavy doom undertones. Words won't do The Long Lost Art of Getting Lost justice, it's easily one of the best albums of the year.
Sentient Ruin Laboratories