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Following stints with Kurt Vile and Thurston Moore, Mary Lattimore took her 47-string harp on a road trip across America, collecting inspiration along the way. Recorded mostly at Joshua Tree, this five-track album is richly meditative as well as quietly experimental. Circular harp passages mingle with surreal effects, lending a spine-tingling strangeness to the delicate beauty of “Jaxine Drive” and nine-minute opener “Otis Walks Into the Woods.” Despite a few sneaky increases in tempo and complexity, the compositions remain contently adrift, soothing as they wander.


Born: Asheville, NC

Genre: Ambient

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Mary Lattimore is a Philadelphia-based harpist who has played on recordings by dozens of indie rock and experimental musicians, in addition to soundtrack work and her own solo releases. She typically augments her graceful harp improvisations with electronic effects, emphasizing the instrument's ethereal qualities while conjuring up fascinating new sonic vistas. Originally from Asheville, North Carolina, Lattimore became known as part of the Philadelphia underground music scene during the mid-2000s....
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