This is music I really get excited about, because (for my personal taste) it has all of the perfect combinations of elements. A loose and quirky song structure, a melancholy feel, and lyrics and vocals that are quite enjoyably off kilter.
Instrumentally, songs consist of a somewhat lo-fi production, but this never becomes distracting, or even unprofessional sounding. Rather acoustic guitar, piano lines, noodling electric guitar, and loose drums make up a rather thick sound when paired with the low and heavy vocals of Mike Rheinheimer
The constant (and arguably most important) element that is present in all the songs on this album is the element of honesty, and it's a raw honest spirit that threads it's way through every track, making every selection just as important and urgent as the last.
"Dancing is Depressing" by Attic Abasement is available via their Bandcamp page.