Comment: the Hollywood, California, US-based artist Moses Luster continues to create something stunning both lyrically and musically on his third issue. Of course, he is well-known due to his powerful baritone singing though it always has been adeptly supported by a solid musical accompaniment of murky and bombastic orchestrations, roots and Americana music, sublime electronic breezes and organ-based drones. At Dirt his voice is accompanied by a seductive female vox. It is arousing. Thematically he continues to roll along the themes of the previous two albums, more profoundly, about drunks, losers, love, trouble and death. And hopefully Bob Dylan will have not sell cars during Super Bowl anymore after getting the Nobel Prize (Sold Out). In a word, it is a great album by any standards. Fuck you/but I am not fuckable (The Distance From Me To You).