TALBOT ADAMS: On: LP

I always wonder at what point you start using your name instead of a band name. Do you recruit people based on the idea that you’re gonna be the guy, or do you gather everyone together and slowly work on them? Either way, Talbot Adams seems to have done it tastefully. He writes excellent pop songs with a spacey consideration in the vein of early Robyn Hitchcock with a hint of big beat garage influence. The bass and drums are solid. It’s simple trio rock with depth invested in variety. It sounds like an album rather than a bunch of songs. 

 –Billups Allen (Spacecase)