A Grave With No Name's brittle yet fluid vision of music combines ethnic nostalgia, avant garde interpretations of folk and sheer abstraction in a style which uniquely situates them in the current music scene. As evidenced by the tracks on Mountain Debris
, their music slips easily through interpretation - too eccentric to be deemed as pop, too strange to be pigeonholed as rock, too odd and too beautiful all round, really - it instead has more in common with the true American mavericks of yore. The windswept opener And We Parted Ways At Mt. Jade
" sounds like Mark Linkous of Sparklehorse singing into a canyon, while Ghosts & Stones
calls to mind Daniel Johnston at his playfully melodic best.