Another haunted offering of ritualistic wooded folk from Tara Burke's Fursaxa. This time landing on her own Sylph imprint, Kobold Moon freezes your lungs with more of Burke's mausoleum wails. The album swirls with slow-motion ghost dances and fogged forest floor tones, at times alternating with Tara's own possessed brand of spoken word incantations, bringing to mind late night coven gatherings. This is probably the best I've heard from Fursaxa since Lepidoptera, and her burlapped voodoo moans still drip with enough fresh altar blood to entrance even the most casual listener. I believe these may be getting in short supply but if you act quickly you can still probably secure one.

[MP3] Fursaxa - Kokopelli
[MP3] Fursaxa - Desiree

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Blogger Mark Schoneveld said...

YES! I love Fursaxa - be sure to check out her live show, too. It's like dark red wine on a sweltering summer night.

10:47 AM  
Anonymous moritz said...

great, thanks a lot!

11:15 AM  

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