expanding upon the pure intimacy of the folk tradition, the duo carves rich, brooding sonic textures that constitute a deep, dark environment for randell’s serene voice to inhabit - enchanting.
‘Sculptor’ can be consumed loud because, while Luluc's music is at times masterful in its minimalism, it is anything but quiet in impact. Sonically, the band have broadened their palette. Hassett mastered a spectrum of instruments to fully realise the album’s expansive & daring vision. ‘sculptor’ features contributions from dinosaur junior’s j Mascis, Aaron Dessner (The National) & Jim White of Dirty Three. Fans of the lilting tones of nick drake or sandy denny, or - more recently - of Julie byrne, should attend to this record with hungry ears. “best yet from the quietly devastating indie folk duo & eminent friends” 8/10 – album of the month – uncut.
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