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The Threshingfloor

Vinyl LP. Glitterhouse.

  • Vinyl LP £18.89 + shipping
  • Limited 180g LP on Glitterhouse (GRLP713)
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  • CD £13.29 + shipping
  • CD on Glitterhouse (GRCD713)
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8/10 from on 27 May 2010

I think this is the first I've heard of Wovenhand although I've got a vague recollection of coming into contact with some 16 Horsepower stuff at some point in the dim and distant past and apparently this is the guy who used to be their singer. So there you go. All sorts of influences seem to be at work in the presentation of his intriguing American gothic style, from neo-folk to alt. country to folk rock to classic folky psychedelic rock.. Although it seems a misleading comparison in a lot of ways I'm a little reminded of the way Matt Elliott blends all sorts of interesting ideas, both old and new, in the creation of something which sounds quite uniquely out of time. The promo of this got chucked on the stereo a few weeks back and it didn't do a huge amount for me but sitting down and listening to it properly I've got to say that I'm pretty keen on it. This is undoubtedly a very strong album and I'll be investigating this guy's stuff a bit further the first chance I get.

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