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It’s taken this otherworldly singer/songwriter six albums to find herself at the center of the songs. Perhaps it isn’t her failed love she sings of throughout July, but that’s highly doubtful given the intimacy shared here; her lyrics previously shied from telling us anything too concrete. The production by Randall Dunn, whose previous credits include doom-drone-metal gods Earth and Sunn O))), focuses on Nadler’s vocals and works the instrumentation from there. Heavy reverb continues to envelop her every note, but Eyvind Kang’s strings, Steve Moore’s synths, and Phil Wandscher’s supportive guitars never intrude with the conversation she’s having with her ex-lover. Songs such as “Drive” and “1923” maintain a placid front, with the stirring “Dead City Emily” and “Was It a Dream” cranking up the intensity with multi-tracked vocals that battle one another, like sirens fighting for their song. Gentle fingerpicked guitars lure one into the cauldron of “Desire.” Like a chamber-folk mass intended as the final conflagration, July hits fever pitch (“Anyone Else”) before settling into “Nothing in My Heart,” where only time will tell what truly remains.

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truly unique

haunting voice and lyrics, truly one that will live in ears for hundreds of years


This album is truly fantastic. My favorite tracks are Dead City Emily and Anyone Else. She has a beautiful and dark voice that is filled with vulnerability. A true talent, she is extremely unique and equally underrated. This is quality music. Pure quality.

I want you to know how much I love Marissa and her music.

Her new album seriously is better music than you're listening to right now. You really can't beat her music with other static vibrating sounds whirling in your ear drums. Her voice will mesmerize you if you let it, and if you allow her words and the melodies to sink in you'll probably cry, because her music is that good. But hey don't take my word for it, listen to it yourself. Her finger picking guitar melodies and angelic voice, multiplied by sheer beauty and sinister songwriting style creates and ambiance of dream world spirit, and I couldn't have asked her to do a better job, and I'm astounded that I haven't found this artist earlier on in my life. This sound is something you won't find anywhere else and it rests with her. I bought it on vinyl off Sacred Bones and I suggest you support her because she's going to be a really important figure in music for the future. Love you Marissa!


Born: April 5, 1981 in Washington, D.C.

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

American singer/songwriter Marissa Nadler blends traditional folk, Gothic Americana, and dreamy pop into an original musical framework. Raised in a small town in Massachusetts, Nadler took to painting first, a passion she continues to indulge, but the love of music drove her to become a proficient guitarist and songwriter. Nadler's compositions sound otherworldly, even timeless. Her first two albums, Ballads of Living and Dying (2004, Eclipse) and The Saga of Mayflower May (2005, Eclipse) were largely...
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