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Marisa Anderson is a composer, guitarist and multi-instrumentalist living in Portland, United States. She works solo and with others. Anderson's past projects include The Dolly Ranchers and The Evolutionary Jass Band as well as collaborations with many notable musicians including Tara Jane O'Neil, Mirah, Beth Ditto, Sarah Dougher, The Devil Makes Three, Cynthia Nelson and many others.
Her second solo record, The Golden Hour, will be released in January on Mississippi Records. The Golden Hour is inspired by Delta blues, West African guitar, country and western radio from the 60's and 70's, gospel, noise, rhythms, cycles, mortality, and praise. The Golden Hour features 12 improvisations for guitar and lap steel.
Lori Goldston is an American cellist. She was the touring cellist for Nirvana from 1993–1994 and appears on their live album MTV Unplugged in New York. She is a member of Earth, the Black Cat Orchestra, and Spectratone International.
“Goldston’s music constituted a kind of physical enactment of listening. She began in silence — absorbing the moment and the film — and then her sound emerged, shifting and responding to what she took in. This dynamic, listening (as well as its companion problem of not being heard), was a constant problem at the Works. In the bigger halls, it rarely appeared to matter. Performances on the main stages, whether pleasing or disappointing, came and went as thought the moment was neither here nor there...
"a one-man sonic mindfuck that refuses to land in any particular genre."
- Dave Allen (gang of four / pampelmoose)
"Mumford is not merely a genius song crafter but cavernous sound engineer. These songs are mortally infused with an electronic pulse that propels them into a realm of ancient, mythical robotics."
- Forest Gospel
"this record will sit around and continue to sound good"
- The FADER
"At times baffling, consistently visionary, this 12-inch is the definitive work of an as-yet-named genre wherein harsh noise and tender balladry are proven to be far more closely related than previously thought."
- Portland Mercury (Top Six Local Albums of...