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Have You in My Wilderness

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iTunes Review

Bold experimentalism is key for Californian Julia Holter. Her third album is a melange of thoughtful, alternative approaches to pop. “Feel You”’s harpsichord jauntiness and skittish drums provide the idea platform for the album’s textual tapestry. Syncopated jazz (“Vazquez”), hypnotic shanties (“Sea Calls Me Home”) and aching torch songs (“How Long?” and “Night Song”) all follow, but the tone—while opulent, rich and dramatic—never feels false. “Silhouette” is a gorgeously off-kilter, while “Betsey on the Roof” builds from barely a whisper.

Customer Reviews

feel like slashing wrists A+

It's pretty good I think you shoudl hide your dirty razor blades else you might have an amazingly mythological wrist slashing. Get your raincoat ready! Impossible to see what'll spray all over ya'll on that festival day... you'll be blinded by an orgiastic blood spray of suicidal blood.

This is an *album*, Apple

This album is lovely. Why does iTunes not allow buying it as an album rather than song-by-song like a collection of singles (which it is not)? Sheesh…get it together, folks.

Biography

Born: December 18, 1984 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Los Angeles-based composer/multi-instrumentalist Julia Holter blurs the boundaries between indie music, modern composition, and electronic music in her own work as well as her collaborations, which include work with Nite Jewel's Ramona Gonzalez and underground folk icon Linda Perhacs. Holter grew up in a musically inclined family -- her father is a guitarist who once played with Pete Seeger -- and studied electronic music at CalArts. After graduation, she began releasing music at a prolific rate:...
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