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Both are great with incredible vocals.
Pitchfork rather liked The Low Lows' vocals too, saying:
The Low Lows have listened to a lot of good music and have some very clear influences, so Fire on the Bright Sky is nothing earth shattering. But Noon has an ace up his sleeve, the same card that made his former band so compelling: his voice. Noon's croon, usually processed to accentuate its reedy midrange and then lacquered with reverb, conveys longing, desperation, and threat, depending on the needs of a song.
Pitchfork had this to say about Cahoone:
Cahoone's own sophomore full-length, Only as the Day Is Long, could easily have wafted into the realm of wispy noncommittal Cat Power soundalikes itself if not for the reassuring presence of certain rustic-signifying instrumentation and arrangements.