At the Dam

Mary Lattimore

At the Dam

Following stints with Kurt Vile and Thurston Moore, Mary Lattimore took her 47-string harp on a road trip across America, collecting inspiration along the way. Recorded mostly at Joshua Tree, this five-track album is richly meditative as well as quietly experimental. Circular harp passages mingle with surreal effects, lending a spine-tingling strangeness to the delicate beauty of “Jaxine Drive” and nine-minute opener “Otis Walks Into the Woods.” Despite a few sneaky increases in tempo and complexity, the compositions remain contently adrift, soothing as they wander.

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