Alas, it's too late: I'm stung. A few years after the breakup of the bristly Far, Jonah Sonz Matranga started issuing personal anthems on various indie labels under the moniker Onelinedrawing. In the liner notes of the delightful Visitor, his first full-length, he reminds us "a onelinedrawing is when you start drawing and don't pick up the pencil 'til you're done," which explains the curious dichotomy of his music's careful deliberateness and raw simplicity. "Um..." breathes quiet guitar picking, tinkling keys, and whispered lyrics until the weeping chorus, "Sorry for my dreams/I just didn't know/how long you could wait/Doesn't matter now." The lament of this track puts the listener in the unusual position of a guest given the power of absolution. "Bitte Ein Kuss" ("Please a Kiss") bounces cheeky with a simple electro-beat, breezy strumming, and some "in-the-bed disco." The first single, the plugged-in, light rocker "Smile," is an anthemic ode to happy optimism. Recorded with sparse instrumentation (not much more than his guitar and R2D2 beat-box), Matranga's charming visitation gets under our defenses and creates a welcome experience of aural satisfaction, bitter empathy, and simple joy.