Hardly Art Records 
Fire Note Says: Deep Time shine on their swaying hip debut!
I will admit that I didn't pay much attention the first time I listened through Deep Time's self-titled debut as it simply didn't strike me in any way, shape or form. This of course made me take a break until I gave the Austin duo another chance and then something happened - the record connected.
Right from the opening track "Bermuda Triangle" there is a kick off of hip rhythmic electric guitar strums that automatically invite you in before the stylistic vocals of Jennifer Moore seal the deal with her quick vacillating warm delivery that moves the song up, down and around. It is Moore's pleasant composure that is the backbone of Deep Time as she is constantly front and center with full control of where songs go. This is much easier talked about compared to the actual art of how she performs. On "Clouds" she quickly rolls her range up and down that sometimes can be sinister, sometimes can be playful but all the time is expressive and tone cool. Of course Deep Time would not be complete without its other half in Adam Jones which handles drums, guitar, bass and a noticeable background vocal which shadows Moore's deeper projection perfectly.
Now to say Deep Time have come out of nowhere is not totally true as this is actually their sophomore record together because their original name and self-titled album Yellow Fever had to be discontinued due to a potential lawsuit over the name. That is important to note because Deep Time thrive from the experience already under their belt and the new name not only gives this talented duo a fresh beginning but they work it to their advantage and springboard to bigger things here with a great 2012 release!
Key Tracks: "Bermuda Triangle", "Clouds", "Gilligan"
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-Reviewed by Christopher Anthony