Malcolm Rollick | Lo-fi(ction)

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Lo-fi(ction)

by Malcolm Rollick

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Genre: Folk: Anti-Folk
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1. Blood
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2. I Thought I Would Remember
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3. Meant For This (crows and Light-ening)
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4. Kicking the Ghost
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5. Don't Fall
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6. Goodbye Love
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7. Little Crow
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8. Untitled
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9. Trees
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10. Song For a Crash Course
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11. Computers Cannot Breathe to Sing
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intimate solo folk artist of exceptional lyricism. Malcolm Rollick is a road warrior and profoundly descriptive songwriter returning to nest in Berkeley after a bicycle tour across the country. Malcolm cut her teeth on punk rock and teenage losses, but the thing that will catch you is a voice like sunshine across a winter graveyard, and an honesty that borders on pathology.


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Kyle P


I'm not really gonna say much about this, but I saw Malcolm at a house show and was absolutely transfixed. The record is quite good, the songs are really cool and make you think. I'm not sure if Kimya Dawson is the best reference point for her though, she kinda reminds me of a cooler Ani DiFranco sort, but much better than that. Her voice/lyrics also remind a bit of Regina Spektor too.