Since the early '90s, Britain's Holly Golightly has played garage rock with Thee Headcoatees, guested on the White Stripes' Elephant
, contributed music to Jim Jarmusch's film Broken Flowers
, and released more than a dozen albums of her own. Joined here by bassist Lawyer Dave, guitarist Golightly achieves low-fi nirvana, spewing weird roots music with a woozy gusto that implies overconsumption of dubious substances. On the jaunty "My .45," they trade barbs in the tradition of great country duos; "Gettin' High for Jesus" is stomping acoustic blues with a terrific Bo Diddley-style guitar riff.