Perhaps Merrill Garbus is the anti-Zooey Deschanel? I fucking hope so.
Everything feels forced, and dramatic simply for the sake of being dramatic. The more I listen the more her voice puts me on edge
The vast range of styles that pop up on this album only serves to cement the idea that Thao & Mirah are less timid than their folkie peers.
Chapter Four is all about the emergence of sound, style and make do and mend philosophy.
“Every couple of minutes it gets better,” writes Chuck, a man who should know. “Do please watch the whole thing.”