Inner credit sleeve and download card. Early copies came with a poster. On this debut album, Death & the Maiden crafts a shadowy sound world, filled with drowsy mechanical drums, melancholic synth arpeggios, reverb-drenched guitars, and sighing vocal melodies. The combination is both hypnotic and devastating, as Lucinda King explores themes of love, loss, and decay, wrapped in tactile electro-acoustic languor that sets teeth on edge. It is fitting that the group recorded the album in the cavernous rooms of Dunedin's None Gallery, a spiritual home to many of New Zealand's experimental and electronic upstarts.
Flowers for the Blind
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