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"Mother" - Haley Heynderickx & Max Garcia Conover

"Mother" - Haley Heynderickx & Max Garcia Conover

This is apparently farm music. Haunting, beautiful farm music.

I'm just gonna copy the record company blurb for this one: 

"An organic farm in the middle of nowhere. Dry wind through dry leaves. Dogs sleeping endless siestas in the sun. Rain that never comes. And horses. Always horses.

This is the scenery the critically acclaimed singer-songwriters Haley Heynderickx (Portland, Oregon) and Max García Conover (Portland, Maine) were dropped in by the Barcelona based label Son Canciones in September 2017. They were given one week to get acquainted, become friends, write six songs, record them and try to catch the ducks that hopped the fence.

After five days of hard labor, they walked up the stairs to the dusty studio in the attic of the farm. The songs were recorded in two days, mostly in one take and without special effects. Straight from the soil into your headphones."

Make of that what you will. Linkage below.

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Posted Friday, January 4, 2019.


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