10cf746e54 ^ Joe D'Angelo (30 April 2002). "1>" is a clever look at a dysfunctional relationship; "Stick Around" is understated and melancholy, recalling the brokenhearted urban folk of Beck's Sea Change; and "A Reason"'s delicately plucked guitars and subtle percussion are a deceptively gentle foil for some cutting lyrics ("I need a reason/To see you again/I need a reason/Let's not be friends"). Retrieved 16 October 2011. "Ex-'Blue's Clues' Host Steve Burns An Indie Rocker At Heart". ^ a b c d e f Brian Houston (18 September 2003).
Archived from the original on 18 June 2012. Songs for Dust Mites reveals Burns as more of a straightforward singer/songwriter than his influences and collaborators, and the album's quietest tracks are the most distinctive. ^ "IndieWorkship.com". ^ a b c d e f Paul Ford (17 March 2003). He recorded it in a trial-and-error way, until he believed it sounded right. Burns started making Songs for Dustmites after he "was obsessed with a picture someone had shown [him] of a dustmite fighting with a micro gear".. ^ a b "Steve Burns - Songs for Dustmites". Retrieved 19 June 2012. References. ^ Devin Gordon.