Resonars- Lunar Kit LP. Truly brilliant! Since Bright And Dark, Matt Rendon has refined his one-man band methodology so that the illusion of a four-piece combo is practically impenetrable. Plus, it rocks! On this platter, the drums and bass are brought up to almost the level of the guitars, but nothing is as loud as the guitars. Rendon seems to have absorbed every significant guitar-style and sound between George Harrison’s Rick of ‘63 and Peter Green’s Les Paul of ‘69. But those are the building blocks and combined with the spot-on harmonies you might hear various echoes atop truly classic rock ’n’ roll tunes. Also Rendon has widened his range. There’s the expected: the title track, an echo-laden, jangly folk-rock number, here powered by Moon-style drumming along with a raft of soaring harmonies and augmented with a touch more distortion on the guitar. And the peppy Hollies-like “Under Garden.” But “Retro Rocket” is a headlong rush into A2/MC5 territory. While “Little Spoiled Baby” is the first sign of any facility towards “ye olde” bloozy boogie. An elixir of the finest ingredients, able to make a blind man see, or even, possibly, drag me out of my pit of depression.