Music Review: “Up in the Pine” by Heather Woods


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“Up in the Pine”

From Heather Woods Broderick’s Glider

WESTERN VINYL

Liner notes: Prepare for liftoff (or vertigo) on this shimmering fusion of visceral, ethereal sounds, featuring acoustic guitars, murmuring synths, and swirling voices.

Behind the music: A member of Sharon Van Etten’s band, the Portland, Oregon, resident has cited everyone from Neil Young to William Faulkner as an influence.

Check it out if you like: Sound manipulators like Juana Molina and Julianna Barwick.

We couldn’t find a video for “Up in the Pine” online, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get a feel for Woods Broderick. The above audio is of “A Call for Distrance” one of the other songs on Woods Broderick’s new album Glider.

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