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A Raveling - EP

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The four-song EP A Raveling, by indie rock queen Tara Jane O'Neil, her first release on Spanish Acuarela Discos, doesn't so much move her along in her solo career as cement her firmly as one of the genre's stalwarts. The record doesn't vary a lot from the pattern that O'Neil has already established for herself: an atmospheric mix of easygoing guitars, gently layered vocals, slight electronic effects, and calm, folk-inspired contemporary melodies that conjure up images both of campfire chats and driving through old industrial cities at night. It's a nice combination. O'Neil is a practiced and assured artist who knows how to use her voice and her instruments to create the most dreamlike result. "All Mine Eyes" is a soft, ethereal piece with words that blend smoothly into the entire musical background and "Pretty D" incorporates lovely, airy vocals and poignant acoustic guitar lines. The cover of Judee Sill's "The Phoenix" is nice, too, staying true to the original while fitting in perfectly with the rest of A Raveling. This isn't groundbreaking or extraordinary material; it's simply a good release from a well-established artist, and assures the same for the future.


Genere: Alternativa

Anni di attività: '90s, '00s, '10s

Songwriter Tara Jane O'Neil dove into her musical career in 1992 at the tender age of 20, playing bass for the influential Louisville, Kentucky art punk ensemble Rodan. Though the group lasted only two years, releasing just one full-length, O'Neil's status had grown enough to land her a prominent role in the film Half-Cocked, a fictitious account of a Louisville punk band featuring faces from several other bands such as June of 44, the Grifters, and Rachel's, but a lasting connection was made between...
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