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On her Trolldans release, with an arresting cover by John Bauer, Skirt creates visions of thick fog rising from insidious marshes; a mourning veil caught in a dead tree in a deserted graveyard; a massive dust-covered church organ playing for itself in a long-crumbled chapel. But there's a clear sense of pace and motion too: below the sweeping, eerie sounds there are beats of stuttering hearts and shaking bones triggering bodily movement. Lakker adds to this with their heavy, pulsating remix, and even brings some playfulness to the table before they too descends into complete darkness.
On her Trolldans release, with an arresting cover by John Bauer, Skirt creates visions of thick fog rising from insidious marshes; a mourning veil caught in a dead tree in a deserted graveyard; a massive dust-covered church organ playing for itself in a long-crumbled chapel. But there's a clear sense of pace and motion too: below the sweeping, eerie sounds there are beats of stuttering hearts and shaking bones triggering bodily movement. Lakker adds to this with their heavy, pulsating remix, and even brings some playfulness to the table before they too descends into complete darkness.
827170581760
Skirt - Mirage EP

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: TOLL
Rel. Date: 07/10/2015
UPC: 827170581760

Mirage EP
Artist: Skirt
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $13.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. A
2. Mirage
3. A
4. Skin
5. B
6. Spessartine
7. B
8. Mirage (Lakker Remix)

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On her Trolldans release, with an arresting cover by John Bauer, Skirt creates visions of thick fog rising from insidious marshes; a mourning veil caught in a dead tree in a deserted graveyard; a massive dust-covered church organ playing for itself in a long-crumbled chapel. But there's a clear sense of pace and motion too: below the sweeping, eerie sounds there are beats of stuttering hearts and shaking bones triggering bodily movement. Lakker adds to this with their heavy, pulsating remix, and even brings some playfulness to the table before they too descends into complete darkness.
        
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