Imagine we were young loving the broadly varying music of Doc Watson, Leo Kottke, Jimmy Web page, and Greg Ginn in a little Minnesota city that’s “the sociological exact carbon copy of the color dark brown” — based on the guy himself — and you also might know how vocalist/songwriter/guitarist Robert Skoro found create his have enigmatic indie pop. Even though many of his idols had been electric guitar legends, Skoro discovered songwriting was his power instead of large riffage. When he was 17, an opportunity ending up in the like-minded Mason Jennings led to Skoro playing on Jennings’ sophomore discharge, Birds Flying Apart, co-producing his third record, Century Spring and coil, and spending four years on the highway in Jennings’ touring music group. He broke from his personal in 2002 using the recording Proof, released from the Merciful label. The recording do well critically with most authors concentrating on the Wilco-esque part of Skoro’s sound. 3 years later on he came back with THESE Things COULD POSSIBLY BE Ours, this time around around the Yep Roc label.