The typical High Llamas song is at once formulaic and nebulous. Our lead instrument might be a supple banjo. Or maybe a supple harpsichord. Or an array of a dozen English-music-hall-ready devices--from the upright piano to the clavinet harpsichord--all played very...supplely. We are repeatedly lathered with brass and toweled off with Woolite-fresh strings. A tingly yet pacifying sensation sets in. Our rhythm feels... More >>>