Deek Hoi | The Golden Country

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The Golden Country

by Deek Hoi

Psychedelic synth-folk
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. California
2:43 album only
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2. What Light Makes
2:58 album only
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3. Letter from New Omaha
3:01 album only
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4. Dear Child
2:58 album only
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5. Family Song
4:38 album only
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6. Eiea
3:42 album only
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7. A House A Home (part 1)
4:17 album only
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8. A House A Home (part 2)
2:42 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Deek Hoi is an American band. They have been linked to the Psych Folk/New Weird America movement, although their music often strays from any obvious genre. They have supplied soundtracks to Irene Moon's Auk Theatre, Red Herring Films, and have lived and worked at the Charles Mansion in Lexington, Kentucky. They currently release music on the Lampblack Label, and are members of the Big Fresh, an international collective of musicians, filmmakers, and artists.

"Exquisite folk-pop"

- Ross Compton, LEXINGTONPROJECT.ORG

"[Deek Hoi] is everything magical you remember about your childhood--plunky pianos, whimsical daydreams, wobbly space sounds, and that 'lets see what happens when . . .' curiosity that most of us tend to lose or abandon roundabout the age of 10."

- Leslie Wylie, THE METROPULSE

"The audio equivalent of a fever dream"

- S. Wildsmith, DAILY TIMES

"Deek Hoi . . . produce[s] music that is light on guitar and enriched with upright bass, toy synths and fluttering piano melodies[;] the electronica influences eccentrically combine with traditional folk to create melodies that are as warm and catchy as they are intriguing..."

- Jer Cole, NEWS SENTINEL

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donald

"what did you think mr. little jeans?" "best play ever man"
meagan n. shuford never let's me down. perfect soundtrack for the profession of full time dreamer, nestled up against the front range gazing out upon the mesas and plains.
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wendy

jeez.
lovely lovliness. can't wait to start that bee farm.
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Robert M.

Holy Sh*t!!! Some of the best original music in years...
These songs have infected my brain (but in a good way). Thank you for making this beautiful music!
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rachel

watch me do dishes! wink!
What a wonderful record! good for mellow woody allen moments.
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