Tag: Phantom Limb

MARIEL ROBERTS – Song For Ewe

“The first time I heard this album, I listened to it three times in a row, and then proceeded to listen to it almost every day for the next year or so. The music draws a lot from the Sufi tradition, and for me it has an incredibly strong ecstatic quality which makes listening to it a truly full-body experience.”

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DEMIAN LICHT & ENYANG HA – Song(s) For Ewe

“This track has called me as a whisper. In some way it has become an anthem to me. The encounter at the desert which I feel very connected with (specifically the one situated in San Luis Potosi, Mexico where the Mexican guardians live) & where the beautiful battle of our demons and angels dance together to be able to be prepared to receive the gift called love.”

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RACHEL GRIMES of RACHEL’S – Song For Ewe

“Such a magnificently weird journey – creepy vocal harmonies, heavy restrained pacing, opening into a euphoric middle section with soaring strings, then back to the menace….and fade out. So bold and sure of itself, so unique and oblivious to any commercial expectation. This song and the production is a commitment to completely serve the imagination and only the imagination.”

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ZOE REDDY – Song For Ewe

“I have a hard time sitting still. So to combat that I run and I have been listening to this song every time I go for a run for the past few weeks. I like its incessantness and if I am really honest I often like tracks that have a kind of irritating quality to them.”

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FRAN AND FLORA – Song For Ewe

“The subtle combination and richness of strings, synth, Alice’s low deep voice and reparative lyrics take me to the depths of my emotional spectrum. The warbling/out of tune aesthetic is vulnerable and uncertain but not self conscious – definitely an inspiration for the track ‘Talking Tree’s’ on ‘unfurl’.”

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LAURA LÉON – Song For Ewe

“Migala was an experimental Spanish band, they were active since the mid-90’s until 2005. They used to built cinematic sound designs as they played conventional instruments and sang. I find very attractive this connection that can be seen in the full discography of the band, they use continuous references to cinema and literature.”

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