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Harm Wülf: There's Honey in the Soil So We Wait for the Till

Harm Wülf is apparently "The bedroom musical entity of G. Hirsch, known for his moving lyrical and vocal contributions in Philadelphia's Blacklisted." To be honest this is absolutely nothing like I was expecting. Throughout the record we find G. in acoustic mood and mood is very much the key word. The whole album reeks of atmosphere and spooky Americana somewhat like Neal Casal in a bad mood. At nine tracks it exits before becoming a drag and is well worth a listen although repeated listens may well depend upon your, erm, mood. It's by no means a hap hap happy record but it is most definitely haunting and decidedly worthy in every sense of the word.

Track Listing:

  1. Oldfur
  2. Silk Soul
  3. Astral Oblivion
  4. When Old Becoms New
  5. More Weight
  6. Spectrum Blues
  7. We Hold Empty
  8. Bonepicker
  9. There's Honey in the Soil so We Wait for the Till

Added: October 31st 2013
Reviewer: Simon Bray
Related Link: More Information
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Language: english

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