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Dark And Lovely


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FOLK REVIEWS


22-09-2021 20:25 GMT


Music Reviews (September 2021) - Discover the best emerging, underground & upcoming Folk artists, bands & labels with reviews of the latest songs, albums & mixtapes, music videos, music playlists, live events/gigs, concerts/tours, & other entertainment from your favorite indie Folk performers & entertainers daily on SRL Music Reviews.
Music by indie artist, Maud The Moth on Apple Music | Spotify


Maud The Moth

"Orphne"
Folk


Dark and lovely

Don’t you just hate it when entertainment reviewers use big words and make art seem so structured and professional? As if the artist solved a bunch of complex mathematical expressions and then came up with the formula for a new masterpiece and then performed it in one take in a suit and tie while not doing more drugs than Kurt Cobain on a Monday morning after spending the whole of Sunday in church following tea with the Queen and a prior meeting with the Prime Minister? Well, you are about to hate this then. JK, we don’t know any big words; actually we do but we are allergic - they make us itch. But why all this talk about reviewers and big words then? you may ask, getting frustrated. Well, this sensational compact 8 track 2020 masterpiece was the subject of a lot of big words and in fact is still the subject of a lot of very big words today, over 12 months after its release; and it probably will be for many many years to come. 

UK artist Maud the Moth has always been known for her intricate, content-heavy, conceptual and very mindful works. If your favorite artist wears a lot of pink or is Tailor Swift; is popular for twirling chewing gum while rolling her eyes backwards like she lost or forgot something; or can’t stop looking in the mirror to see if her big caboose is still there; then this album will be so complex for your ears and brain to digest that they just might explode. This is one of those albums that is not just an album but an experience. It’s one of those albums that weighs heavier than a pile of books would on the mind. It’s one of those albums you can immediately tell someone put a lot of time and effort into, and probably took years to create. 

But this album is not just complex, it’s also very deep – so deep it's spooky in fact. The minute you hit the play button it’s like you stepped onto the movie set of The Omen in real life, and you are Damien Omen. Wait, that’s not even scary enough. The minute you hit the play button you’ll feel like you are in a satanic temple somewhere where no one knows, late at night, later than midnight and 4:44 AM but many hours away from 5:55; in the middle of a ritual; and you are the sacrifice. Yes! Now that’s scary – it’s that scary. So now that you know, have you got big enough kahunas to hit the play button? Really?! How big are they? Let me see. He-he-he, just kidding. Just hit the play button already will ya! 




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