Tree-OhMystery Of ViburnumBy Matt Hengeveld
Kim Lamothe's vocal performance fluctuates from juicy lounge crooning to manufactured cut-and-paste Disney Channel Band. It can get very teenage karaoke-ish. Tracks, like "ginger/peach" contain only distorted moaning, but contain believable emotion. However, the album's acoustic backdrop really takes the show. The dynamics of "8A" gives the enticing illusion of busyness that is seldom captured by a three-piece band.