The Game of Monogamy
Though the product of a grown man seemingly experiencing a kind of crisis, The Game of Monogamy at times features elated Ska-like instrumentation. Patrick Newbery (also of Cursive) plays the trumpet and keys and Minus the Bear's Erin Tate and Cursive's Matt Maginn play some drums and bass. We glimpse a clumsy love-come-true story in "Strays." Kasher writes a little love song about a woman he sees in Omaha, in whom he proceeds to fall in love with, "We're a family of stray / But together we've been found."
Kasher remains faithful to a boyish nature in The Game of Monogamy. Though the album is a mature independent venture, the artist nevertheless spills the guts of a distraught adolescent — the kind of guts we well remember and probably will never forget
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