Charles Jordan might not be a name you recognize unless you've paid close attention to the Milwaukee music scene for quite a while. The singer, guitarist and songwriter was a member of The Nerve Twins in the 1980s and later was a member of Soda and did a brief stint as drummer in Maki. While he set music aside for a while to open Foundation, a Riverwest bar, most everyone he'd worked with over the years had moved on. So, although Jordan could still be found every day at Foundation, 2718 N. Bremen St. -- and despite the fact that he continued to write music -- he had basically disappeared from the Milwaukee music world. But that has changed and under the name Knit Delicate, Jordan has released 'Pressed,' a CD that a mutual friend has called one of the two best local discs of the past year. Jordan went to Richmond, Va., to record the disc with former cohorts Tim Buckley, John Daniels, Al Weatherhead and Miguel Urbitzondo (aka Mickey Rodridguez and Mickey Rad in his Milwaukee days). Those cats have worked with the likes of Sparklehorse, Cracker,Hotel Lights, Clem Snide, and Lucero since leaving Milwaukee about a decade ago. Melodic and poppy but with a satisfying slate of crunchy, jangly and twangy guitars, 'Pressed' is an addictive mix of power pop and garage rock with alt. Country overtones.