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#28-WOODS-At Echo Lake (Woodsist)

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Freak-folk met lo-fi wizardry in Woods former breakthrough ‘Songs Of Shame’. The follow-up is another reassured collection of beautifully crafted moments, where the lo-fi element is slightly fading away, reaffirming the bands rich Americana and psychedelic vein. Jeremy Earls high-pitched vocals shone again, whereas from his label Woodsist he kept adding to his treasure trove the work of promising new artists.

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#142-WOODS-Death Rattles (Woodsist)

Brooklyn experimental folkies Woods returned with another solid work, bit more focused in production values and less in former lo-fi ways. Their songs remain excellent, as the intimate ‘Death Rattles’ easily demonstrates.

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11-WOODS-Songs Of Shame

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Already on their fourth album, Woods have been keeping a low profile until now, releasing their output in tiny labels through all sort of limited formats, including homemade tapes. With “Songs of Shame” they’ve enjoyed a small breakthrough, thanks to their most compact collection of songs to date. The band’s experimental; lo-fi nature collides with their keenness for the classic vocal harmonies of Americana to quite unique result. Their live shows were also among the best we’ve seen this year.

Released on Shrimper/Woodsist. Available to listen in Spotify.

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