Together van Oort and Montreuil create the dusky sound of bar-blues and smoky jazz. Their 2008 debut is at times a nostalgic nod to memories, other times a gentle lingering introspection. But most often, She's Right, is a swinging bawdy celebration of small town life. With solidly crafted guitar lines, deep funky basslines and the expressive punctuation of Tim Roberts on sax, the album's only clear shortcoming is that it has been so long in coming. If there is a notable point that stands out in "She's Right", it is Montreuil's voice - a voice that is not perfect, nor boasts an expansive range - but nevertheless tugs at heartstrings with a husky sincerity. Lara Purvis, Capital Xtra.