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Jane Weaver's version of "going pop" means reinterpreting the genre conventions of the moment through her very own prism whose faces refract shades of krautrock quirkiness, hues of Stereolab-flavoured languidness, shadows of dreamy psychedelia and tinges of saucy ingenuity. Unconventionality made catchy, accessible, and blissfully beautiful. muschiosauro
supported by 7 fans who also own “The Stubborn Light Of Things”
What a huge talent Laura Cannell is... A fearless experimentalist and improviser with both spirit and sensitivity.
The Church setting is perfect and obviously inspirational for her,making the pieces sound ethereal and intangible...there but not there,if you will.
Her influences may be medieval but her approach is very firmly contemporary and her playing is strong and (com)passionate.
Very highly recommended without reservation.