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Aidan Baker

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Studio Album, released in 2013

Songs / Tracks Listing

1.Already Drowning (08:46)
2.30 Days/30 Nights (08:54)
3.Mélusine (06:03)
4.Mein Zwilling, Mein Verlorener (06:09)
5.Tout Juste Sous La Surface, Je Guette (07:58)
6.Ice (10:57)
7.Lorelei/Common Tongue (06:03)

Total Time 54:55

Line-up / Musicians

- Aidan Baker / guitars, drums, bass, flute, piano, trombone
- Jessica Baillif / vocals, guitar, synth
- Laura Bates / violin
- Carla Bozulich (of Evangelista, The Geraldine Fibbers) / vocals
- Leah Buckareff / accordion
- Geneviève Castrée (aka Ô Paon) / vocals
- Clara Engel / vocals
- Liz Hysen (of Picastro) / vocals
- Joanna Kupnicka / vocals
- Valérie Niederoest & Maude Oswald (of Toboggan) / vocals
- Carl Pace / trumpet
- Nick Storring / cello

Releases information

CD Gizeh Records
Released 15 April 2013
Digital Album available via Bandcamp.

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Review by admireArt
4 stars Disturbingly beautiful!

Avant Garde and dimly lighted post/folk, post-rock passages, accompanied by a solitary parade of female vocalists, taking turns and "inspiration from various myths and folktales about female water spirits." as this release quotes as an invitation.

To set it clear from the start, this is no Prog/Electronic album as such. Aidan Baker´s, 2013, "Already Drowning" will appeal, to put it in Prog idiom, to those audiophiles who dig Prog´s version of "dark" Folk and the obscure and unpredictable Rock in Opposition taggin without the jokes or strident solutions to its compositions (somewhat like "Art Bears", as a musical reference not a music writing comparison).

The bewitching art cover, could turn out to be the best way to intuit what kind of musical-mood one should expect to encounter, yet this album is quiet colorful when it comes to the tones each female vocalist brings to the table.

Intimate and perfectly arranged, its scattered instrumentation, even if minimalistic, fills the musical environments with an extremely deep and disturbingly beautiful and sad atmosphere that focuses entirely on the lyrics and voices of each collaborator and yet like a siren´s call, hypnotic to the core.

****4 PA stars.

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