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Enigmatic freak-folkers Big Blood have sent us yet more of their beautiful self-released CDRs with hand painted/printed covers. This one I'm reviewing was originally released on cassette and has 14 tracks of lo-fi free folk weirdness with lumbering, chuntering rhythms, ethereal vocals, primitive melodies and dashes of demented hippie wibbliness throughout. In places it's pounding and hypnotic ...

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Night Terrors In The Isle Of Louis Hardin by Big Blood
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8/10 Mike Staff review, 26 April 2012

Enigmatic freak-folkers Big Blood have sent us yet more of their beautiful self-released CDRs with hand painted/printed covers. This one I'm reviewing was originally released on cassette and has 14 tracks of lo-fi free folk weirdness with lumbering, chuntering rhythms, ethereal vocals, primitive melodies and dashes of demented hippie wibbliness throughout. In places it's pounding and hypnotic like Raccoo-oo-oon gone new age or something, in others it's got a more ethereal, shimmering, soundscapey feel. Definite Sunburned Hand jam-ritual vibes in places too, but then 'Little Lungs' comes along with its sing-song vocal harmonies informing us they're not entirely making it up as they go along. Elsewhere the vocals are mostly ethereal and wispy and slightly Christina Carter-ish. The general vibes here are bongy lo-fi mystical hypnotic new age psych-folk jams, plenty of woodwind and percussion and wibbly weirdness, almost certainly best enjoyed in the company of a sweet greasy blunt.


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