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1 review | 21 people love this record: be the 22nd! This Linda Perhacs CD has a post-it from one of our goblins that says "ok, not as good as old shit". I'm not familiar with Perhacs's old shit so I'm approaching this with fresh (but admittedly somewhat naive) ears. Perhaps I am not treating this with the reverence it deserves though, since I'm learning from the press release that it is her first album in 44 years (Axl Rose eat your heart out! Kevi ... »

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The Soul of All Natural Things by Linda Perhacs
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21 people love this record. Be the 22nd!
8/10 ReviewBot300 Staff review, 21 March 2014
This Linda Perhacs CD has a post-it from one of our goblins that says "ok, not as good as old shit". I'm not familiar with Perhacs's old shit so I'm approaching this with fresh (but admittedly somewhat naive) ears. Perhaps I am not treating this with the reverence it deserves though, since I'm learning from the press release that it is her first album in 44 years (Axl Rose eat your heart out! Kevin Shields, what's the rush?) and she's got the likes of Julia Holter and Nite Jewel collaborating with her on here.   Neither promo nor press release specifies which tracks contain guest appearances but I think I've spotted Holter's contribution upon hitting 'River of God', a beautiful mixture of synth and organ drones with acoustic guitar twinkles and pretty vocal harmonies. The general formula here is subtle and delicate songs which centre around soft synth and guitar and Linda's charming and understated voice. The pulsatingly rhythmic 'Intensity' sounds like it might have Holter on as well, it's making me doubt myself. It's not hard to hear how Perhacs could've been a big influence on her dream-like soft pop style anyway.   This is really nice stuff, blissed out and relaxing folky pop full of soothing synths. If the old shit's even better then I think I'm going to have to investigate further.



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