Written and recorded in Adelaide, Australia during a two-year period of great personal change, and finished on a four-month adventure in Brooklyn, USA, One Way, It's Every Way is Mark Mitchell's second record as Clue to Kalo. Designed as a musical palindrome, the album is an unabashedly ambitious, surprisingly celebratory meditation on death. Instrumental contributions from old and new friends, as well as elements of classic folk, lo-fi rock, and bedroom electronica, are all taken out of context and remade as a ten track set thick with overloaded melodies, multi-part harmonies, and literate language. One Way, It's Every Way is a stunning development for Clue to Kalo both musically and lyrically.
"A serious contender for 2005's best record" - Scissorkick
"A master of counterintuitive pop arrangements" - Chord
"Will pull at your heartstrings and carry you back to nostalgic places in the best of ways" - Metro.Pop
released September 20, 2005
Made by Mark Mitchell in Adelaide and Brooklyn. With Bruce Albany (saxophone), Alan Beverley (drums), Cailan Burns (accordion, guitar), Vic Conrad (chimes, flutes, gu-zheung, guitar, mandolin, organ, recorder), Emilie Flierl (violin), Cornelius Wilczek (guitar), and Overeaten Duck (packaging design).
Released by Mush Records (North America), The Leaf Label (UK/Europe), Spunk Records (Australia), & Records (Japan).