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Joe Frawley Ensemble

Daughters of Industry

https://www.inkoma.com/k/2480

(7tx internet release - free/donate download, 25'o1'' self-prod. 'o9)

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"I think of it as a fever dream of a young American girl in severe economic distress.", - Joe Frawley writes.
- Actually it sounds like an alternative Miranda July at the beginning of Me and You and Everyone We Know, - You know, with that sudden sense of uncomfortable loneliness coming out of the promises of eternal love she says for the two silhouettes on the screen in front of a sunset by the beach.
Equally, these seven tracks follow a brief time line of the hypotetical life of this girl, along an experimental music path, walking through the field recordings of Autumn's fallen leaves (False Memory), in a park, with the little birds singing ((T)ext), drones, static sounds, ethereal, and seraphic female vocals - by Rachel Rambach, - sometimes electronically processed, to finish with the album-titled Daughters of Industry, a gentle reconciling piano play.
A brief concept album of cold and fragmented ecstatic beauty.

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"Lo penso come un sogno febbricitante di una giovane ragazza americana in una seria angoscia economica.", - Joe Frawley, come me ne scrive.
- In effetti suona come un'alternativa Miranda July all'inizio di Me and You and Everyone We Know, - sapete, quando quel senso di scomoda solitudine arriva improvviso dalle promesse di amore eterno che lei doppia per le due silhouette sullo schermo, di spalle a guardare il tramonto in spiaggia.
Non diversamente, queste sette tracce seguono una breve linea temporale dell'ipotetica vita della sopra citata ragazza, lungo un percorso di musica sperimentale, a camminare attraverso le registrazioni di campo di un tappeto di foglie autunnali cadute (False Memory), a spasso in un parco, - con gli augelli che cantano ((T)ext), nonchè drone, suoni statici, eterei, e i serafici vocalizzi di Rachel Rambach, - a volta processati elettronicamente, - per poi terminare tutto con la traccia che dà titolo all'album, Daughters of Industry, un finale riconciliante sulle note di un pianoforte.
Un breve concept album, di fredda e frammentata bellezza estatica.

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