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Tiny Ruins
Olympic Girls

Separating Tiny Ruins from a 13-a-dozen hipster folk girl is this weird river of a sad psychedelics. I was going to say she sounds like she recorded Olympic Girls in the Twin Peaks’ Red Room. Then I saw it was actually produced by David Lynch, who soaked it in his strange multi-layered melancholy. Luckily it's not like the album will haunt at night, because the result is a dreamy (in the good sense) and very pretty affair. 

Tiny Ruins
Dream Wave

Proving that the world runs on hook ups, songstress Lorde forwarded this track by NZ songstress Tiny Ruins to coffee-drenched film director David Lynch and he liked it so much he wanted to produce it. The result is a lovely elegiac song which in it verses sounds not unlike the early, spooky Red House Painters. Really beautiful stuff. 

Tiny Ruins & Hamish Kilgour
Hurtling Through

Tiny Ruins has teamed up with Hamish Kilgour, who you might know from The Clean. The two New Zealanders recorded this collection of songs in New York, matching one another on guitars and percussion, Tiny Ruins’s heavy drawl giving things a great mood. Includes a late-night street field recording and two settings of W.B. Yeats poems. 12” on Bella Union.
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