Amy Millan (Arts & Crafts)

If Amy Millan’s voice sounds familiar, it’ll be from her work with Stars and, more prominently, Broken Social Scene, the Canadian collective of which she’s a sometime member.

Millan’s own music isn’t as elegant as that of Stars or as dynamic as the last couple of Broken Social Scene records.

Masters Of The Burial is quiet, country-tinged and fairly unassuming. It doesn’t really go anywhere during the 11-track journey, but the view’s nice enough while it lasts.