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    Posted: December 17 2013 at 23:13
http://miceonstilts.bandcamp.com

Just released, first EP from a new band from Ben Morley (Look To Windward). I think psych/space is best, but it could honestly be in either prog folk or crossover depending on what the team thinks of it.

Excellently produced album from a 7-piece self described "cinematic doom folk" band. Features flute, trumpet, saxophone, and a bunch of other strange things. Sounds a bit like Kayo Dot (except folk), and the slower elements of the first two Steven Wilson solo albums.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote Andy Webb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 20 2013 at 20:09
Phenomenal stuff, wow. Not a fit for psych; it's a bit too "defined." This is a case for crossover, as bogged down as they are with suggestions.
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Cleared by Crossover
If everytime we tell a lie a little fairy dies
They must be building death-camps in the garden

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