On his album Time Passes Quickly, Daniel Young—drummer of Salt Lake City Americana act the Hollering Pines—steps out from behind the trap kit with a collection of ten sturdy, melodic songs marked by visible seams and long shadows. Recorded to analog tape in a two-day session at Young's own basement studio, the record was co-produced with Ryan Tanner (Together Is Where We Belong) and mastered by Ryan Freeland (Ray LaMontagne, Joe Henry, Mary Gauthier). Loose, generous, and honest, it has the best kind of homemade quality—with a flaky crust and a little extra for leftovers. If you've heard the sound of a week of sleepless nights or that narrow margin where escape and redemption are one and the same, look up Daniel Young. He's been there too.