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Radio Sky

by Willow & The Embers

Folk-noir meets dreamy hush-pop in Willow & The Embers’ textural ambient rock, as Willow’s evocative crooning, introspective lyrics, and muse-like persona both soothe and stimulate the savage beast.
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1. Radio Sky Willow & The Embers
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2. Wine Willow & The Embers
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3. Gospel Radio Willow & The Embers
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4. Honey Willow & The Embers
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5. Skeletons and Bees Willow & The Embers
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6. Oh Won't You Stay Willow & The Embers
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7. Foxgloves Willow & The Embers
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8. Raining Again Willow & The Embers
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9. Anatole Over Paris Willow & The Embers
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10. Living With Angels Willow & The Embers
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11. Beautiful World Willow & The Embers
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12. Plain Jane Dress Willow & The Embers
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Album Notes
Folk-noir meets dreamy hush-pop in Willow & The Embers’ textural ambient rock, as Willow’s evocative crooning, introspective lyrics, and muse-like persona both soothe and stimulate the savage beast....

“What is it with preternatural musical savants and the dark side? Willow, like Jad Fair and Jandek before her, picked up a guitar one day in 1992 and started to write, formal training be damned. But instead of Fair’s childhood-imp-of-the-perverse or Jandek’s just plain creepiness, Willow belongs to a more formalist goth lineage, like a female Nick Cave (or at least the one who isn’t PJ Harvey). Daughter of a preacher man and former hard-core Bible student, she also brings to mind Sixteen Horsepower’s David Eugene Edwards, the son of a minister, who likewise straddles the line between sin and redemption, reveling in the fire-and-brimstone of it all. But unlike both Cave and Edwards, Willow’s music is imbued with a gentle lyricismf ull of swirling strings alternating with hushed moments of pure voicethat suggests redemption might be possible after all” – Seattle Weekly ”


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Gary Parker

It truly is a Beautiful world, with Willow in it...
A new album from Willow is that morning in late February when you wake to the hesitant song of a robin heralding the end of winter and the coming of spring; the first sip of wine with friends around an August campfire on an otherwise empty beach. Willow is a precious gem in a sea of sand. Her lush voice, backed here by the rich tones of The Embers, at once breaks the heart and mends it. From the vivid imagery of Foxgloves to the wistful nostalgia of the titular Radio Sky, culminating in the achingly sublime Beautiful World, Radio Sky, the first LP from the Seattle artists in eleven years, is a gift. Spring is coming.