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1 review » Quite taken with the wistful beauty of MARISSA NADLER's reissued 'Diamond heart' single. It's spine tingling sad-eyed folk noir carried by a stunning voice , possibly she's the bastard daughter of Hope Sandoval & Richard Hawley. It's got that slightly disembodied feel, gliding above the swaying picked guitar in a distant echo chamber of tear stained loveliness. She truly has something c ... »

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Diamond Heart by Marissa Nadler
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 08 February 2007

Quite taken with the wistful beauty of MARISSA NADLER's reissued 'Diamond heart' single. It's spine tingling sad-eyed folk noir carried by a stunning voice , possibly she's the bastard daughter of Hope Sandoval & Richard Hawley. It's got that slightly disembodied feel, gliding above the swaying picked guitar in a distant echo chamber of tear stained loveliness. She truly has something classic about her, recalling purity, grace & timelessness. The reason folk seems to have had such a huge resurgence is that so much music these days is a bland retread of past glories. Not this. Something precious is happening here. 7"/CDs on Peacefrog, top Techno label.


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