“Like his classic 1995 LP O Brother Where Art Thou? and Sniff, the new album, produced by The Orange Peels’ Alan Clapp, owes much to ’60s pop and jazz, and ’80s UK acts like Everything But the Girl, The Monochrome Set and The Jazz Butcher (whose Max Eider plays a stellar solo on ‘Neo Acoustic Ambassador’). All of which is filtered through Ruiz’s funny, romantic, world-weary lyrics. It’s a charmer of an album and an extremely welcome return.” -Dominick Mastrangalo
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