Together with his tight band, London-based Dc Logan (aka Officer) emits a sound that, though organic at its core (with tasty fuzz distortion on the guitar leads), is leavened with a lush bed of electronics. And the plaintive intelligence in his voice gives life to his poetic, penetrating lyrics which, while occasionally clunky, are most often compelling. “Tilt the Clox” demonstates a vocal range that climbs to a touching falsetto. On the film soundtrack-friendly “Heavening” he confesses “All my crimes are just for you.” The more upbeat “Pylon Moon” has a cool bassline and emits a lyric intensity along with an abrasive guitar solo. Officer’s songs could be of interest to filmmakers known for relationship dramas.