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Field Day Rituals

Label: Hubro Music
Released: 2013
Track listing: Long Story; Field Day Rituals; All The Vowels Missing; Dulcimer; Mass; Never Been Anywhere Before; The Portal; Twixt It and Silence; I Feel Like I Know Her.

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Splashgirl: Field Day Rituals

Read "Field Day Rituals" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

This Scandinavian trio recorded its fourth album in Seattle, WA featuring resident violaist Eyvind Kang and synth performer Timothy Mason lending their wares during various segments. An atmospheric engagement projecting a sense of antiquity, it's often what the musicians don't play that establishes the premise for the artful and rather haunting song-forms executed throughout their cunning ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Splashgirl: Field Day Rituals

Read "Field Day Rituals" reviewed by John Eyles

In recent years, as ever-increasing numbers of piano-bass-drums trios have appeared on the scene and released their debut albums, it has become a truism that any such group needs to have its own unique selling point to distinguish it from the crowd. It is no longer enough to write or cover good songs and to play ...


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