Mountain Mirrors | Dreadnought

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Dreadnought

by Mountain Mirrors

Heavy acoustic music from the Massachusetts woods. "Mesmerizing, mysterious, deep-thought provoking, melodic, mind-blowing." - Local Vertical
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
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1. Born Deranged
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2. Field of Grass
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3. I Don't Belong
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4. End of Days
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5. The Elemental
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6. Your Dirge
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7. Riot Within
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8. Birds in a Rat Race
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9. Better Days
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10. A Spell to Block the Sun
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"Mesmerizing, mysterious, deep-thought provoking, melodic, mind-blowing. Simply awesome...and very highly recommended!" - Chris, Local Vertical

" Dreadnought is less an album and more a profound religious experience. As light as the wind and as transparent as moonlight, the music on offer here is deeply moving psychedelic acoustic rock. Each song quietly hides joy behind its translucent, shimmering emotions, like a raindrop stuck between panes of glass." - Mark Hensch (Antimusic)


"This could be a classic album if the right promoters got their hands on it. I haven’t heard anyone take on this kind of music with this much success in this whole generation of musicians. I have to take you back to Doors, Jefferson Airplane, Iron Butterfly, etc. Thats not to say that what I’m hearing is outdated! Far from it. There just isn’t anything this good today to compare it to." - Neo-Zine


"The self titled Mountain Mirrors album is a dark, multi-layered masterpiece of sonic soundscape. Well, the follow up, Dreadnought, is all that and so much more." - Pope John-O, The Ripple Effect


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Braeden Jones

'Dreadnought' impresses
I've had a copy of the first two Mountain Mirrors CDs for a few months now, and I've really thoroughly enjoyed them. So much so, that I'm Jeff's biggest listener on last.fm - 1/10th of all tracks scrobbled are from me!
Needless to say, I was excited about the prospect of a new Mountain Mirrors disc, and he doesn't disappoint. His music still has all the fragile beauty and crushing acoustics of his other albums, with an even more balanced touch. It's a disc full of fat, downtempo beats, thick bass lines, mean sounding acoustic guitar, and Jeff's haunting voice.
This disc is extremely worth your money. I promise you won't be disappointed.
(Note: If all the praise, why 4/5 stars? I only give a 5 stars to an album that EVERY music collector should own, regardless of their tastes. Consequently, very very few albums get a 5/5. A 4 from me is worth most people's 5. Get this album!)

lostwaveproductions

RICH GRAIN, GREAT TONES
PROBABLY THE BEST ALBUM TITLE IN THE PAST 10 YEARS. THE NAME ALSO, COMPIMENTS THE OVERALL FEEL OF THIS MOUNTAIN MIRRORS ALBUM. EVERY ALBUM SEEMS TO HAVE A MOVEMENT ALL IT'S OWN AND A VIBE THAT CARRIES THROUGHOUT THE LISTENING EXPERIENCE. PREPARE TO BE IMPRESSED!