Edison Woods | Nest of Machines

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Nest of Machines

by Edison Woods

"A beautiful cross between the sounds of Elysian Fields and the sentiments of David Lynch"
Genre: Pop: Delicate
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Letter To The Garden
3:37 album only
2. Baby Doll
3:43 album only
3. The Con Man's Lament
4:38 album only
4. Sing Swan
6:32 album only
5. Nest of Machines
7:12 album only
6. Last Night I Dreamt I Would Last Forever
5:41 album only
7. Rose
4:34 album only
8. Queen
2:01 album only
9. Bird In Paradise
3:41 album only
10. Galandrina
8:04 album only
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Album Notes
Haunting and romantic, Edison Woods is a band of villains with a soft spot for sad songs. They tell their tales with strings and piano, baritone sax, guitars, drums, and heaven’s vocal harmonies. Theirs is music of a vague and fevered futureland, one of glowing birdcages and other lost items. Edison Woods' third album, Nest of Machines, features a cast of remarkably talented artists including Maxim Moston and Jeff Langston (Antony & The Johnson's), David Berger (The Vanity Set), Oren Bloedow (Elysian Fields), and Jason DiMatteo (Chocolate Genius).

“a beautiful cross between the sounds of Elysian Fields and sentiments of David Lynch... a testament to the exquisite delicacy and mysterious power of their unique brand of music. Julia Frodahl's rich yet childlike voice captures both wonder and lost innocence, and her ensemble expands the standard rock arrangements to include accordion, violin, and baritone sax." -- FLAVORPILL NYC

"“a mélange of eerie tones mixed with upbeat percussion and whimsical strings.. One layer haunts you, one consoles you, and one intrigues you..." - Z!NK MAGAZINE



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