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Nukkuu


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CD, インポート, 2008/5/13 インポート
¥3,626

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  • 製品サイズ : 12.7 x 14.61 x 1.14 cm; 55.28 g
  • メーカー : Locust
  • EAN : 0656605711126
  • レーベル : Locust
  • ASIN : B0017M8Z2K
  • ディスク枚数 : 1

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内容紹介

"Manages to take a million-and-one risks while keeping things subtle, understated, aesthetically intriguing, and emotionally resonant." -- Pitchfork

"Much like the stateside phenomenon that has been questionably labeled `New Weird America,' the current folk and psych scene that has cropped up over the last few years in Finland spreads its wings over a variety of sounds, textures, and styles ranging from the noise freakouts and mantra-like drone minimalism of groups like Avarus to more straightforward, singersongwriter based material such as the aforementioned Kiila. Naukkarinen's work falls somewhere in between these two extremes, segueing effortlessly between abstract experimentation and gorgeously delicate folk harmonies." -- Dusted

"Finnish folkster <b?Laura Naukkarinen (Lau Nau) arrives just in time for the freak-folk craze, though her particular freak flag flies truer because she's an outsider--she hails from a close group of Finnish musicians. Kuutarha is heavy on weird vocal interplay and light on audibility. Listen extra closely and you'll hear an artist who's begging to be heard ... seemingly not of this world, yet very much grounded in its ancient sounds." -- Splendid

"This new offering from the Finnish clan is a smattering of gentle melodies cloaked in the shambolic memories of the first buds of spring ... something that transcends language and culture." -- Foxy Digitalis

Nukkuu (Finnish for "sleeps") is the long-awaited sophomore album by celebrated femme folk fave Lau Nau. Psychedelic, abstract, and emotionally captivating, Nukkuu is an album of changes. In the years since her celebrated debut album Kuutarha, Laura became a mother, moved to the Finnish countryside, and took valuable time to carve out a space for her enchanted art in the newfound tranquility of her remote surroundings. Conceived in tight attics and vacant dens when her young son Nuutti was fast asleep, this is an intimately crafted nine-song collection that unfolds like dreamlike musical ribbons for the senses and delivers the listener to a place of unhurried contentedness.

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"Manages to take a million-and-one risks while keeping things subtle, understated, aesthetically intriguing, and emotionally resonant." -- Pitchfork

"Much like the stateside phenomenon that has been questionably labeled `New Weird America,' the current folk and psych scene that has cropped up over the last few years in Finland spreads its wings over a variety of sounds, textures, and styles ranging from the noise freakouts and mantra-like drone minimalism of groups like Avarus to more straightforward, singersongwriter based material such as the aforementioned Kiila. Naukkarinen's work falls somewhere in between these two extremes, segueing effortlessly between abstract experimentation and gorgeously delicate folk harmonies." -- Dusted

"Finnish folkster <b?Laura Naukkarinen (Lau Nau) arrives just in time for the freak-folk craze, though her particular freak flag flies truer because she's an outsider--she hails from a close group of Finnish musicians. Kuutarha is heavy on weird vocal interplay and light on audibility. Listen extra closely and you'll hear an artist who's begging to be heard ... seemingly not of this world, yet very much grounded in its ancient sounds." -- Splendid

"This new offering from the Finnish clan is a smattering of gentle melodies cloaked in the shambolic memories of the first buds of spring ... something that transcends language and culture." -- Foxy Digitalis

Nukkuu (Finnish for "sleeps") is the long-awaited sophomore album by celebrated femme folk fave Lau Nau. Psychedelic, abstract, and emotionally captivating, Nukkuu is an album of changes. In the years since her celebrated debut album Kuutarha, Laura became a mother, moved to the Finnish countryside, and took valuable time to carve out a space for her enchanted art in the newfound tranquility of her remote surroundings. Conceived in tight attics and vacant dens when her young son Nuutti was fast asleep, this is an intimately crafted nine-song collection that unfolds like dreamlike musical ribbons for the senses and delivers the listener to a place of unhurried contentedness.

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