Music You Don't Know You Like Yet
Six people, multiple instruments and multiple voices. That's what you get on Turbines, the fifth release from British band Tunng. This folk band offers boy/girl multi-tracked vocals, guitar, keys, and beat programming, so one can't really call it straight-up folk. Let's call it experimental electro-folk (folktronica?). Turbines is somewhat quiet, yet it's rich and full of substance. Tunng reminds me a bit of Grand Rapids band, The Soil and The Sun, a band that I thought was like no other....until now.
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CHEYENNE MARIE MIZE
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