The formula for most songs seems to be primarily made up of distant tones and a heavily effected vocal, partially pushed to the background. In the foreground of many pieces is a lush array of click clack style percussion... sounding like sticks on wood and anything else around.
Songs like “Laura” include long sonic embellishments that change pace and take the listener into several different chapters of the same story.
Not all tracks focus on percussion, such as songs like “A Friend” and “Poussiere”, which are more subtle and mellow acoustic Singer-Songwriter style tracks... but even in these the percussion is above average, as special attention is paid to their use (never just basic or keeping the beat), and they texture each piece just right.
“Flat Country” by Pepper Johnson is available at this Bandcamp page.