Spires That in the Sunset Rise
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Type of music generally:
Most recent release, Illinois Glossolalia (with Michael Zerang, 2017)
Not sure. Maybe The Wicker Man soundtrack. (email@example.com)
Weird, witchy anti-folk of the most unique caliber. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Recommended first album:
Spires That in the Sunset Rise is the first we've heard
High if you don't scare easily
Kathleen Baird, Taralie Dawn, Georgia Vallas—guitars, cello, violin, autoharp, melodical, harmonium, little harp, percussion, spike fiddle, mbira, piano, vocals
Anne Fritz—violin on track 2, cello on tracks 4,5,6
Thoroughly weird and wired music from a trio who would have been burned as witches in the Middle Ages. It sounds like folk, if by folk you mean folk that's been left to marinate in Wicker Man-atmospherics and then had surgery carried out by the local exorcist. Who failed to restore the patient's health. I'm scared of this record but it keeps drawing me back. It's enchanted. (email@example.com)
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