Sing a Song of Memory continues Sarah Louise's exploration of Appalachian ecosystems and the music that springs from soil. This 22-minute-long EP is part folk, part ambient electronic, and even drifts into drone metal territory.
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Sing a song of memory: of these hills, of these lives, intertwined. We're intertwined all our lives. So long ago they placed their feet on this same stretched of road. I eat the bread, the bread that springs from soil. And I think of all the life this land must hold. It's why we care for these hills.
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Long, oscillating, slowly-blossoming psyche jams that incrementally evolve as the players seemingly grow bolder & more indulgent in expressing their in-the-moment creative urges—at times, randomly exploring a new path. A gelling of souls feeding off each other’s rhythms. Shimmering psychedelic soundscapes that ebb & flow, with touches of oriental ambience. Almost hypnotic. Well done! 8/10. Alrihkh