'songs about a girl i don't know anymore' by forrest conifer is somewhat of an archetype of an EP: a sad guy who has had his soul decimated by a bewitching woman sits down in the darkness of his bedroom, a veritable raskolnikov's 'ship's cabin', with a guitar and records songs of heartbreak, loneliness and despair into a broken tape machine.
the tunes are catchy though, book-ended with the clicks of the tape machine's record button, and the story that plays out over the 15 or so minutes is compelling. it sounds like it was therapeutic for forrest to make, maybe it could be for you to listen to. so there you have it.
name your price for it here.