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Made a song in April at the height of the first COVID surge bc I was scared to death (nothing's changed). It's got a little bit of a Lisa Frank title to combat the strange panic vibe of this pandemic - A Unicorn Catches A Falling Star in Heaven. Maybe it'll be a mini escape route for you. It's 28 minutes long, a zone-out jam. I tried it out on my friends, little Emmie and Allie who are twins, and they liked it and drew me some pictures to go along with it. Here is one of the pictures. Take care and please wear a mask. We gotta try our best to isolate and distance thoughtfully for the sake of the future, even if we have too-long hair and hate cooking and have really terrible fingernails and love drinking cocktails at bars and miss hugging people we care about. Thank you for listening and I really hope you like this one. It's the first song I've made with no secret story, made just for basic relaxation. Xx
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Mary Lattimore is a longtime favorite of mine. Her harp playing is often tagged as 'ambient' because it's enhanced by subtle delay and looping experimental treatments and is almost always instrumental, but here it finely is garnished with Meg Baird's achingly wondrous voice, and it is a perfect pairing. There is magical fairy dust in this record I'm pretty certain. Enter the Ghost Forest and be prepared to be enchanted. Joe Borreson
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I wish i had an empty ballroom or music hall to listen to this in. I love the reoccuring Heartache and the big brass sounds and distortion. It feels so terrifying. My heart goes out to those suffering from dementia or knows anyone whos suffering. discount-teeth