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e.p. hall

e.p. hall

e.p. hall


e.p. hall makes thinky, creepy, guitar-and-electrobuzz folksongs from the lonely midwestern united states. The project's influences include various diy, freak-folk, and new/weird mini-movements. The most well known of the e.p. hall recordings is the 2006 ep, The edge the middle, although Mommy Crow, the project's first full album, was released in 2009. Other releases include this is a demo from 2003. e.p. hall songs have appeared on two of the Live from Bloomington charity compilation projects (2007 and 2009). Read more on Last.fm
e.p. hall makes thinky, creepy, guitar-and-electrobuzz folksongs from the lonely midwestern united states. The project's influences include various diy, freak-folk, and new/weird mini-movements. The most well known of the e.p.

hall recordings is the 2006 ep, The edge the middle, although Mommy Crow, the project's first full album, was released in 2009. Other releases include this is a demo from 2003. e.p. hall songs have appeared on two of the Live from Bloomington charity compilation projects (2007 and 2009). The project has been described as having a "haunting vocal style and unique finger-picked guitar combined with...warm and engaging keyboards and effects to create beautifully mournful songs". e.p.

hall's only constant member is a female human named e.p. (though, confusingly, not named e.p. hall). Former contributors include lone logician and Joshua Radicke.

Current collaborators include Andy Goheen of Sticky and the Bees. Official site: ephall.com Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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