Beautiful little album that approaches a modernist melding of classical and rock. I first caught Bischoff in Boston opening a set with Amanda Palmer, and I enjoyed the music live. Picking up the digital album, I was somewhat not as impressed as some of the music was gorgeous and spacey, while some pieced were a little bit too modernist, bordering on incomprehension - or at least what I considered to be not in line with something that holds listen-ability throughout the entirety of the album. That is not to say it doesn't all go together, but in The Nest, Your Ghost, Counting, and Young & Lovely we see something that is strikingly different and more engaging to an audience who is not just listening to the album alone, digesting the work with a pair of headphones. A beautiful album, but is somewhat balancing the line between modernist edgy art and an album that is meant to reach a wide audience. Bischoff is an incredible composer, however, and the promise held in every note is certainly going to continue a brilliant career.