Lindisfarne I: This is a very sweet a cappella (until the end) piece. Normally the auto-tuned effect on his voice would bug me, but it works for this song and his style in general. I love the harmonies that begin to layer, with the occasional keys accompaniment. It blends perfectly into part 2.
Lindisfarne II: I find the drum beat on this pretty interesting, definitely not what you would expect to accompany this guitar/a cappella melody. It's cool though, I dig it. The guitar part is the slightest bit too hokey (?) for me... I don't really know how to explain it, but there's something about it that's not as gritty as I would have wanted it to be. Again, the harmonies are sick, and melodically this is very cool. Dig it.
Limit to Your Love: I had actually heard this song prior to this week, and I was immediately reminded of how phat it is. This is actually a cover of a Feist song (never heard it). First of all, the hook is great: "There’s a limit to your love/Like a waterfall in slow motion/Like a map with no ocean/There’s a limit to your love." Dig that. The only thing I don't like is the stereotypical dubstep echo out of the first hook into the beat dropping. I just think it's too typical/overused for his style. The beat that drops is super sick. The harmonies are super sick. The piano part is super sick. This song is super sick.