Sometimes it's nice to avoid the nitty gritty of album reviews and focus on something a bit more ... gentle. Or perhaps light hearted. Regardless, if there are ambient duck calls involved, then it can't be too serious, right?
Well, I'm not so sure. Poquet Music by Ducky Loves Two Women hangs out somewhere between "Native American spirituality" and "mumbling over bird sounds." Which, if we're being honest, is exactly the premise behind the opening track, "Ambient Fantasy Duck Calls." Now I can't say that there isn't some sort of deeper meaning here, but I can say that the track lasts 5:29 and is comprised entirely of a man mumbling over duck calls. Take of that what you will.
"Skeletor's Concertina" is a bit better, though seemingly as aimless. The track features a swooning harmonica (maybe?) over what sounds like 13 very distant guitars plucking over 8 mildly-choreographed bucket drum performances. The true winner? "I Am Drunk, How About You?" Seriously, how can you even diss a song with that sort of title? Sure, it's a bit out of key, and sounds like the nightmare soundtrack to a man tripping on acid in a European country I've never been to, but at least it's honest.
I'm not sure who you are, Ducky Loves Two Women, but you've got balls. Or at least a lot of guts. Or a drug problem.