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Anomic
Anomic
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4.0 out of 5 stars Atmospheric and dubby, 4 Oct. 2013
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Still growing on me but I love Marconi Union and the Jah Wobble's bass is of course 'the bass'. Well worth investigating.


Week Of Pines
Week Of Pines
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful and lovely, 4 Oct. 2013
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Wonderful album - great combination of modern and ancient, and she has a wonderfully soft and expressive voice. Beautiful lyrics, too. Probably my album of the year.


Mr. Splitfoot (The Walking Dead Comic Con Trailer)
Mr. Splitfoot (The Walking Dead Comic Con Trailer)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Creepy and compelling, 19 Feb. 2011
A clever, creepy little song, with excellent lyrics and music that fits the hot, sulphurous subject matter...can't wait for the album


Ark
Ark

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3.0 out of 5 stars Moody and magnificent?, 22 Sept. 2010
This review is from: Ark (MP3 Download)
Good to hear Brendan's voice again - it sounds very powerful on this new album. Arrangements and instrumentation are quite sumptuous, though the tempo tends to remain mid-pace, and I did sometimes wish it would pick up a bit. In addition, the lyrics can slide a little towards the banal, although some are quite moving. A good album, however, with a delicious atmosphere of prevailing dread - very much in tune with the times.


Landings
Landings
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4.0 out of 5 stars Hypnotic and atmospheric, 27 April 2010
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This album of viola drones, repeated figures and unplaceable sounds is redolent of chilly Winter North England landscapes, and repays repeated and close listening. Think of a bare oak tree surrounded by frosty, misty fields, rooks scattering and cawing, and clouds that constantly change, and you'll have an idea of some of the iamges that have sprung to my mind when listening to this intriguing album. There is also a strong sense of an internal landscape, of travelling across memories and feelngs, and sadness recollected with the hindsight of experience and acceptance.
Recommended if you want to try something different and absorbing.


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