Spencer Krug could probably fill the LC with a Wolf Parade reunion or the Newport for Sunset Rubdown, but The Basement seems about right for his latest excursion, Moonface. The project's debut full-length, "Organ Music Not Vibraphone Like I'd Hoped," shows a more abstract and subdued side of the avant-garde anthem writer.

Spencer Krug could probably fill the LC with a Wolf Parade reunion or the Newport for Sunset Rubdown, but The Basement seems about right for his latest excursion, Moonface. The project's debut full-length, "Organ Music Not Vibraphone Like I'd Hoped," shows a more abstract and subdued side of the avant-garde anthem writer.

The record collects five lengthy tracks (the shortest clocks in at 6:39) built almost entirely from Krug's organ experiments and adorned with his distinctive voice, here set to "reflective mutter" rather than "piercing howl." It's hardly the guy's most accessible work, but there's a latent appeal for anyone who has swooned to Krug's creations before.