MILLION BRAZILIANS - Red Rose & Obsidian (Front Cover)
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Review:
Portland's Million Brazilians, made up of Grant Corum and Suzanne Stone's wild-eyed blends of sax and electronics, return to the foray for Amsterdam's Lullabies For Insomniacs, an imprint which has recently housed pieces of music from the likes of Donato Dozzy, GP Hall and Tarotplane. Red Rose & Obsidian is the duo's 12th LP since their debut back in 2006, and their development since then has focused on piling more and more electronics over their singular approach to folk music. The album is an eerie, almost spectral experience, taking on a new life with each new listen thanks to, in part, the vast harmonic spaces in between more rhythm-driven tracks like "Red Rose & Obsidian" or "Behold". Surely a winner for any serious neofolk geek. Lovely.

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