Aokigahara

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lostgander Emma Ruth Rundle is one of the most talented songwriters performing today. This nocturnes album is more subtle than a lot of her other work, but it goes a long way in showcasing her range. As always, Emma's voice is like thread sewn through the many influences on display. The album has grown on me to the point where it's become a new favorite. Favorite track: Aokigahara.
Michael Keerdo-Dawson
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Michael Keerdo-Dawson Hazing and gently lulling tracks in a departure from their rawer heavier sound. Male and Female vocal harmonies make for a welcome and haunting addition to the bands sound. Favorite track: Aokigahara.
Jessica Esther
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Jessica Esther So groovy, so sad, so spooky. A go-to for years, it never gets old on a stormy evening. Favorite track: Grandmother Make A Steeple.
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released August 31, 2011

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the nocturnes Highland Park, California

The Nocturnes: the folkgaze brainchild of guitarist/vocalist Emma Ruth Rundle now joined by Dave Clifford, Julian Rifkin and Paris Patt have created the 8-song album (Aokigahara) which ventures into multiple textures of style and sound that create a lush haze of melody that blends hints of folk, shoegaze, chamber pop, goth and post-rock. ... more

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