Debut studio album from Durham, North Carolina's Sylvan Esso. Their eponymous debut might come as a surprise to anyone who was a fan of either Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn's previous work. Their sound combines Meath's soulful croon, which she honed as a member of Appalachian indie folk trio Mountain Man, and Sanborn's electronics, which we last heard coming from country-psych rockers Megafaun. It's club ready electronic music for the indie folk set, equally comfortable at the cafe and on the dance floor. Soulful and sweet with a slightly elusive sensibility. Includes the songs: "Hey Mami," "Dress," and "Coffee." Ten tracks in all. Released by Partisan Records with a download code.
- includes download code
- music label: Partisan Records 2014
reviewed by too much on the plate 11/2015
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