Molina and Johnson, hiding in shame.
Molina and Johnson, hiding in shame.

Pitchfork on Molina and Johnson: "Disappointing."

The almighty Pitchfork reviews the new collaborative record from Jason Molina and Will Johnson today, and, uh, it ain't so pretty. Writes Pitchfork scribe Stephen M. Deusner:

The 14 tracks on Molina and Johnson comprise an especially slow drive through somber countryside, windows up and speed limit carefully maintained.

It's especially disappointing from these two prolific indie lifers, who have painted such distinctive American landscapes throughout their careers.

Yeesh. Whatever, we still like it.

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