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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2015

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Astral Light (2010) [9:30]

Total Time: 9:30

Line-up / Musicians

Make A Rising:
- Jesse Moynihan / violin, guitar, bass, vocals, synths, drum machine, cello, marimba
- Justin Moynihan / piano, synths, vocals
- John Heron / drum kit
- Andrew Ciccone / clarinet, percussion, vocals, bells

Guest Musicians:
- Eric Slick / electronic drums, bass
- Dan Scofield / saxophone
- Tom Keville / 2nd drum kit
- Ako Castuera / vocals
- Brandon Beaver / vocals

Releases information

Digital (Bandcamp) May 2015 with artwork by Barbara Miller

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Review by LearsFool
4 stars With the fourth sample from the Wounded Fhealer Chronicles, Make A Rising have put out only a single track, the inevitable when the planned LP has fifteen tracks, but it is also a long, juicy one. Opening with a strings driven section as much modern indie as it almost '80's alt rock, it quickly goes through a section with playful guitar and strings towards a choral section. A percussion and bells filled musical break leads to the band's trademark vocals really shining in a tense section before suddenly loosening and slowing down; it's strictly beautiful until some strange winds/strings combo instead substitute a weirder beauty. And with that, the track ends. A fine and, as usual, ever brilliantly shifting offering from the band.

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