The latest offering from avid guitarist Justin Busch titled 'Time, Moving in Two Directions' is an eclectic mix of straight-blend whiskey rock, country folk, and pedal-pumping punk wrapped in one tight package. Clocking in at over 70 minutes, the disc represents five years worth of living for the moment, and taking some of those moments to write about living. While his future musings are at times hopeful, Busch has taken careful stock of his own life experiences with this album, and offered a naked glimpse into what brought him to today. His previous musical projects are sweat-soaked into each track of Time, indistinguishable from each other yet prevalent throughout: the raging guitar licks that chopped away at the melodic roots in his first band's tunes, 13th Floor, now twist and float, complimenting where they once overpowered. Not lost is the influence of The Radios, as a lively and foot stomping sense of passion appears on many of Time's peppier tracks. All the while, the powerful personal songs that marked his previous solo effort, Sept 02, break up the new album, indicative of inherent meaning behind the music. In the end, 'Time' provides the listener with a great album in all directions.