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Bringing the beautifully desolate tones of folk into he 20th Century
No prizes for guessing who’s been reading Guy Debord then, but it’s these touches as well as his reverb-laden sound that makes him vaguely modern, unlike some folk artists who’d be happier pretending the 20th century never even happened.
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