anda volley

Just between you, me and garden gate post i’m not altogether certain whether Anda Volley has secretly set herself the challenge of scoring five tracks, each a minute long and then off proceeding forth with the aim of cramming as much inventiveness and sonic narrative into the limited confines as she can. ‘paper moon’  her latest, features five tracks, each barely making it past the one minute mark, yet each revealing a different and uniquely individual side to her persona. The set opens to the mystical ghost folk spectral that is the title track before eerily dissolving into the sparsely siren-esque and softly psychotropic ‘wolf meet’. ‘the life inside you’  momentarily breaks the spell arriving sepia framed as though an echo from a lost near forgotten monochrome world before ‘where i feel most at peace’ arrives to assume something of a seductive apparition drizzled and demurred in the kind of noir touchings that recall Musetta leaving the woozy hallucinogenic ghost light ‘Crane and Crysanthemum’ to steer matters from out of the chemical fog and off towards the end credits. In short, all very stunning.

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