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Alone in the Dark Wood

Alone in the Dark Wood

[CD]

~ Fürsaxa

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Fifth full-length release from West Philly-based solo artist Tara Burke aka Fursaxa. Boasting a fan base with the likes of Bardo Pond, Acid Mothers Temple and Thurston Moore who released a record by her on his Ecstatic Peace! Imprint two years ago, Burke is now one of the epicenters and key collaborators of the North American Free-Folk movement, along with such luminaries as Jack Rose, Charalambides, Ben Chasny and the Jewelled Antler Collective. With her hypnotic, echo-y churchbell chanting, Burke possesses a power-filled vocal sound that harkens back not only to those other polar queens of disaffected freakout Psychedelia Nico and Barbara Manning, but she is also akin to and inspired by Hildegard von Bingen, the 12th-century Benedictine mystical abbess. With the low drone of chord organ and farfisa, detuned ringing guitar, and endlessly looped, multiply-tracked vocals applied with heaps of delay, Fursaxa sounds like a tripped-out medievalist perched upon a poppy petal. All Tomorrow's Parties. 2007.

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    Artist: Fürsaxa
    Title: Alone in the Dark Wood
    Genre: Alternative Rock
    Release Date: 5/1/2007
    Label: Atp Recordings
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 26
    UPC: 666017160122
    Item #: SRD716012
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