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Steph Green (from the album Lore available as a self-release (b Douglas DuPont)
Legend has it Steph Green recorded Lore on a borrowed 16-track reel-to-reel. Given the hauntingly beautiful undercurrent and low-fidelity feel to her sophomore full-length record, that checks out. Opting for the low-fidelity approach allows the musical-minutiae and lonely-lyrics to pack that much more of an emotive punch. It is important not to misinterpret this intentionally gritty recording as an underproduced one -- make no mistake about it, this is one of the most captivating Folk and Alt Country releases of 2023.
Stand-out tracks include “Satchel” and closer “Kettle Valley” on-account of their objective quality, but there ain’t a bad song on here. The record is full-of organ, steel-guitar, and eerie vocal layering, all to great-effect. This eight-song project is just-shy of a half-hour, demanding repeat listening. The strikingly tender Lore is recommended for fans of singer-songwriter type music, as well as down-home Country, Americana, and Folk. (by Douglas DuPont)
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