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Fursaxa - Alone In The Dark Wood

Fursaxa is Tara Burke, an American Avant-Folk artist who got lumped in with the crappy ‘New Weird America’ tag. Please don’t let that put you off from her music which is like walking into the woods whilst off your face on psychedelics. 9 more words

Alone In The Dark Woods

ORION RIGEL DOMMISSE ON TOUR WITH SONDRA SUN-ODEON

Orion Rigel Dommisse is embarking on a short New England tour with Brooklyn-based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Sondra Sun-Odeon, starting tonight in Lowell, MA at… 92 more words

Orion Rigel Dommisse

Fursaxa - Mandrake (Eclipse, 2004)

Since I first heard Fursaxa somewhere in 2003 or 2004 I had weak spot for her music. Mandrake (Acid Mothers Temple, 2000) was one of the first things, if not the first that I did hear. 398 more words

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5/12/11 Sharron Kraus: Fursaxa

Half an hour before the show, Café OTO is heaving. It’s standing room only and there’s a hum and buzz of conversation before the hush of anticipation. 176 more words

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Fursaxa – Mycorrhizae Realm (ATP, LP, 2010)

Fursaxa (née Tara Burke) is a true astral traveler, unafraid to weather the occasionally jokey environs of an Incredible String Band to deliver some true vision-quest type acid folk. 414 more words

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Mycorrhizae Realm

Seventh full-length album in 10 years from experimental musician Tara Burke, recorded at the Philadelphia studios of Espers’ Greg Weeks in 2009. Described as “an exercise in symbiosis” (a mycorrhiza is a symbiotic association between a fungus and the roots of a plant – thanks Wiki), it features Helena Espvall, who records with Burke as Anahita, playing cello on three songs, plus Mary Lattimore of The Valerie Project playing harp on four songs. 24 more words

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