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Feral Harmonic

Old Canes

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Album Review

Although recorded over three-and-a-half years, Feral Harmonic sounds spirited and appealingly slapdash throughout, with slightly out of tune guitars and imprecise harmonies completing the package. This isn't folk music, per se; it's more akin to a stripped-down version of the musicians' regular bands — including the Appleseed Cast, White Whale, and Boys Life — filtered through a handful of rustic influences, from mountain music to Southern gospel. The same combination of lo-fi production and psychedelia that fueled 2004's Early Morning Hymns still holds court here, however, and the presence of harmonica, banjo, and acoustic guitar reminds listeners that Feral Harmonic is, after all, a Saddle Creek release. But the album also expands the definition of the Omaha Sound, striking a balance somewhere between the folk-gothic style of Orenda Fink and the alternative strains of latter-day Bright Eyes.

Biography

Formed: 2004

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

When a European record shop asked Appleseed Cast to give an acoustic in-store performance, frontman Christopher Crisci wrote a series of new songs for the occasion. Such material formed the basis of Old Canes, a lo-fi project spearheaded by Crisci and performed by a loose group of backing musicians. The band's debut album, Early Morning Hymns, appeared in 2004, and Crisci issued two albums with Appleseed...
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