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Mary Lattimore & Mac McCaughan
New Rain Duets

Utter beauty is captured on ‘New Rain Duets’, the collaboration between Mary Lattimore and Mac McCaughan. Liquid harp melds seamlessly with an amorphous world of electronics, odd ticks and splatters of dissonance enriching and extending rather than detracting from the aforementioned beauty. It’s a vital collaborative effort.

Meg Baird & Mary Lattimore
Ghost Forests

Meg Baird and Mary Lattimore are both great, let's be honest. So Ghost Forests was bound to be a winner of a record: and so it has proved. The two musicians have built six songs together, mixing the many strings of the guitar and the harp with Mary’s vocals. Ghosts Forests feels like a perfect fitting-together of two excellent solo artists: try it. On Three Lobed Recordings.

Mary Lattimore
Hundreds of Days

Will the good times never cease? Philly harp legend Mary Lattimore continues her endless slew of good releases with Hundreds of Days, her second for Ghostly. Exploring the alien feeling that gets pronounced when you leave home, her plucks offer microcosmic and resonant ways to work your way through unknown spaces.

Mary Lattimore
At The Dam

More essential material from Mary Lattimore, the Baltimore-based harpist who puts her instrument through subtly-tweaked delay with astounding effects. At The Dam was inspired by an American road trip, with much of the album apparently recorded in the desert and in the mountains. LP release on Ghostly International.

Mary Lattimore & Elysse Thebner Miller
And The Birds Flew Overhead

Treated-harp queen Mary Lattimore joined with keyboard player Elysse Thebner Miller for a live collaboration at a festival, and this is a document of the results. And The Birds Flew Overhead features the two musicians sensitively weaving their wonderful instruments around each other in an impressive display of improvisatory sound magic. Released on vinyl by Footfalls Records.
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  • Mary Lattimore

Mary Lattimore & Jeff Zeigler
Le Revelateur

Harp hero Mary Lattimore and regular collaborator Jeff Zeigler produced this music to accompany a 1968 silent film, Le Révélateur. Zeigler’s guitars and synths twirl themselves around Lattimore’s gorgeous, delay-tinged harp flurries, and the results make an excellent stand-alone album. I’d love to hear it alongside the film. LP on Thrill Jockey.

Mary Lattimore
Luciferin Light

What could be better? A collection of home-improvised solo recordings from Mary Lattimore, deploying her delay-pedalled harp to absolutely gorgeous effect. Intimate, exploratory, near-spiritual. Luciferin Light is an attractive glitter gold cassette, released by Kit Records in an edition of just 100 copies.

Cody Yantis / Mary Lattimore
Split

Mary Lattimore is a drone harpist. On her debut record for Desire Path, 'The Withdrawing Room', she took her spectral and complex harp arrangements and processed them into loops that gave them a gorgeously ambient feel. Here, she joins prime droner Cody Yantis for a 7" split that presents the best of both talents. It's another strong outing in a fantastic couple of years for Desire Path.

Mary Lattimore & Jeff Zeigler
Slant Of Light

Neo-classical meets electronic on 'Slant of Light', a collaboration between two artists in different experimental disciplines. Jeff Zeigler utilises synths and guitars, and is accompanied in the composing department by harpist and ambient musician Marry Lattimore. She serves as the melodic bedrock for Zeigler's heady, layered works.
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  • Mary Lattimore