Barrow

by Cemeteries

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Richard Harris
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Richard Harris I originally came across Sodus on youtube, and decided to look at the rest of Cemeteries' work. The rest of the album is gorgeous - beautiful, atmospheric, haunting and melancholic - lo-fi in parts, experimental in others, musically interesting and wonderfully produced as a whole. Favorite track: Sodus.
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rreeppeeaatteerr So dark. So moody. Just as I like it... Favorite track: Luna (Moon of Claiming).
SYNTHSLASHER
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SYNTHSLASHER This album really challenges your emotions. There is a thin line between happiness and melancholy hidden between these songs. It's gonna make you cry about the good things. Beautiful piece of art. Favorite track: Sodus.
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about

For Katherine Davis, Cindy and Roger Reigle, Jonathan Ioviero and the village of Fair Haven, NY which inspired the record's fictional setting.

credits

released July 27, 2015

Written and recorded by Kyle J. Reigle
Mastered by Warren Hildebrand
Cover photograph taken by Patricia Parker sometime in the 1980s

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