microphones in the trees: aloonaluna

Sunday, March 25, 2012


"gorgeous and damaged outsider pop from this former Florida noisemaker now residing in California. for the first Aloonaluna cassette, Lynn Fister offers us an intimate set of slowly enchanting dream pop lullabies in the southern gothic tradition." hooker vision

"Aloonaluna marries delicate singer-songwriter folk and pop with improvisatory elements. they have been compared to the freeform explorations of No-Neck Blues Band and the nebulous folk meanderings of Islaja. drawing from influences that range from folk, drone, krautrock, pop, and especially from the fonal records oeuvre, each member contributes a wide range of instruments. this includes harp, guitars, banjo, avian field recordings, percussion, organ, toy synth and distorted bass."

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