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Sol Seppy

The Bells of 1 2

(12tx, 49'24" - Groenland rec 'o6)

 | pall youhideme
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Sophie Michalitsianos aka Sol Seppy was responsable last year for an amazing touching moving tearing-apart masterpiece record. I remember the first time i heard one of Her songs, some months ago, - it was Injoy - i was by car with some friends of mine, one of Them put this album on, and all of us turned mute and depressed/inspired to the bone. Her delicate song Wonderland later has been chosen for a BASF commercial, - that maybe brought Her some more deserved exposure, hopefully. Btw, Enter One is even more brittle and fragile than a butterfly beaten by the rain, - piano and breathy vocals, with a sudden final vocal tragic crescendo, - and together with Human might break You in two even if You're Satan (lyrics sing 'Hello my name is human / And I come from love'). - Deeply inspired, Sol Seppy alternates the best desires of Emiliana Torrini (astonishing Farewell Your Heart) and Azure Ray (Gold), albeit She's also able to add some cathartic shoegazing trip-hop noise on a fuzzy track as Move, and to embrace perfect pop melodies of Come Running, as well the beat of Loves Boy, with cello and guitar delicacy enough to keep the song away from mainstream pop rules. Answer to the Name of (Sol Seppy?) is a two rooms song, sort of piano/forte full of grace and beauty.. totally suggestive.. Music @ myspace/solseppy.
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