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Le Loup: 'The Throne of The Third Heaven Of The Nations Millennium General Assembly' (Memphis Industries) What's immediately apparent from the opening track, with its banjo strum and folky hum, is just how popular this strain of nu-folk is. Fans of Suvjan Stevens will warm to the layered vocals and orchestral structures. It's wise to be open to the electronic textures layered amongst the percussiv ...

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The Throne Of The Third Heaven of the Nations Millenium General Assembly by Le Loup
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8/10 Mingus Staff review, 29 November 2007
Le Loup: 'The Throne of The Third Heaven Of The Nations Millennium General Assembly' (Memphis Industries) What's immediately apparent from the opening track, with its banjo strum and folky hum, is just how popular this strain of nu-folk is. Fans of Suvjan Stevens will warm to the layered vocals and orchestral structures. It's wise to be open to the electronic textures layered amongst the percussive treatments, although this is a song based collection it's not entirely focused on one style or genre. These elements, when combined, will appeal more to fans of the likes of maybe Tunng. There's a definite balance to the approach taken, neither overtly synthetic or indeed acoustic. In fact all the instrumentation sounds like it was built around giving the voice (and the songs) a base to work from, which it does quite well.

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