This is just a little one. I saw this little EP up on Delusions of Adequacy and it piqued my interest. I have it now and have listened to its 12 minute self several times. It's a pleasant, sweet little record and I'm on my way to get their earlier full-length, Magic Lantern. It's short, but sweet, a sort of Hershey's kiss of an EP. "Wait" is the first track, led by a lightly picked guitar and Suzy Mangion's slightly breathy voice, accompanied later by an organ and soft bass drum. It's a bit like the serious songwriting of Gravenhurst crossed with the light experimentalism of Architecture in Helsinki. In fact, the tweener "Man taking a stroll" would feel right at home on Fingers Crossed. My favorite track is the third, "My Blue Room." It begins with some sort of time-warp accompaniment music (dooweedooweedoooo...), after which organ takes the lead, with a slow, boppy bass creating a nice, noticable low end. The vocal harmonies are very sweet-sounding - half-serious bum-bums and doo-dee-doos making the final bit of the song quite enjoyable. The last song, "For The Last Time," is the only one that feels out of place - it is a bit grave considering the tone of the previous 10 minutes, and while I cannot fault its composition, it just seems wrong to me, and ends the album rather suddenly. Anyhow, All Good Things is a great little record to put on just about anytime - keep an eye out, and let me know if they have anything new brewing.