Brian Glaze's new LP, Green Living, is an eponymous collection of home recordings that makes for a surprisingly cohesive album with a strong sonic theme which explores night-time sounds and bedroom pop. "Leader of The Band", a strange mash-up of classic Elton John la la la's and Ariel Pink's densely layered production, is pure pop with a hip lo-fi aesthetic. "Killing Time" recalls shades of Creation Records psychedelic pop band Revolving Paint Dream while "Silver Ashes" mines the territory of late 70's new wave. The last song on the LP, "Shake Shiloh," finds Glaze literally singing "Goodbye" to the iistener, bringing a true sense of closure to an intensely personal musical experience. This record proves that the strength of the song and the highly personal nature of home demo recordings are tough to improve upon. This is Brian Glaze at his best.