"Comprised of the singly-lettered R (drums, organ and engineer) and V (guitar, vocals and art), Larman Clamor‘s sound is both busy and subdued. A drunken preacher stumbling down a rain-soaked road in the middle of the night might start belting out Larman Clamor opener “Ghost Daze & Rhythm,” which is one of two tracks on the demo with handclaps. The songs are diverse in their approach, but consistent in atmosphere, and there’s even a bit of humor (there just has to be) driving the vocals on “Drone Embassy.” It’s a quick release, and there’s an awful lot going on stylistically, but Larman Clamor‘s warped sensibility makes the EP fascinating from the start."
"There’s no doubt that we love psych blues here at The Soda Shop. New comers Larman Clamor just released their self titled album which is a psych blues lover’s wet dream."
"This isn't completely original but nevertheless sounds as fresh and progressive as if LARMAN CLAMOR had invented their own musical genre."