"His latest album, Make Daylight, uses found sounds, vinyl crackle, homemade microbeats and his acoustic guitar. He writes love songs about losing track of time, driving and people who look great together but belong apart. There is strictness and tension in the accidental loneliness of these bright, hopeful songs."
"As always with Martin Finke, his songs demand that the listener puts in some effort. The gold pot at the end of the rainbow is sitting there waiting to be discovered: his voice, his lyrics and the timeless drifting vibe of the music are ample rewards for the effort."
- Martin Finke: vocals, guitars
- Richie Egan: bass
- Joss Moorkens: drums
"I read it in a book
Americans could fix it
So that they could float a house
Down heavy rivers and control it
Then hoist it up on other land
And everything would be as quiet that first evening
As the steadiest before"
- Other Men