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Indie/ Postrock. Stream: Highly recommened if you're into Low, GYBE, A Silver Mt. Zion Etc.. Repress of the 2nd Her Name Is Calla album called QUIET LAMB from 2010. The album sees the band fully immersed into their song writing, making clear steps forward from their highly acclaimed previous album 'The Heritage'. Described as ""one of the UK's most forward thinking bands"", Her Name Is Calla are known for their impressive live shows full of emotion, explosions of noise and passages of the quietest, most gentle harmonies. Based around as core unit of five members, the band wields a multitude of instruments, from drums and guitar to recorders and synthesis, from violin and trombone to vocals and harmonica. The resulting sound is dense but controlled. 'The Quiet Lamb' is the result of years of planning and one years recording and mixing. Stretched over the course of 75 minutes, the new album finds the band at their most passionate to date taking the listener through a journey of ten songs, each one a part of a whole. CD digipak / Vinyl: heavy tripled gatefold sleeves + extensive booklet, 180g vinyl, different vinyl colours, free download.

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5.0 su 5 stelle Headphone Commute Review 8 febbraio 2011
Di Headphone Commute - Pubblicato su
Her Name is Calla hail from Leicester, Leeds and York in England, and create a splendid mix of quiet, loud, and expansive music that is rarely heard anymore. They describe themselves as a post-rock band striving to make music that reaches the listener's emotional core. With The Quiet Lamb, they have far exceeded those expectations. The opener, "Moss Giant", unfolds like a flower slowly unfurling itself to dawn warmth. It draws you in with eerie sounds that fly past you with stealthy intent, morphing into spare piano notes that strike at your heart with a plaintive air. As you move through this forest of sound webbing your senses, a far distant call of monks twists and turns you until the track's end. By the time "A Blood Promise" starts up, you are treated to a slightly more conventional tune laced with perfectly twining vocals, trumpet, and electric guitar brought high into the mix. The song just as quickly drops to a slumber-like pace and sets you back down gently. "Pour More Oil" is a folky, reflective piece whose musical structure starts with beautifully harmonized vocals and softly strummed guitar. The hushed singing serves the deeply recessed music well. Sophie Green's mournful violin appears and pushes the guitar and trumpet to center stage. What starts as a soundtrack for a gray autumn day transforms into a deeply felt emotional piece that wouldn't be out of place on a Frames album. In the lengthy "Condor and River", you sense the power building up behind the quiet opening progression. The music ascends before receding to a single piano and voice. Trumpet and violin are added to the mix, and another wave of sound washes over you. "Long Grass" is a simple framework of guitar, banjo, and Tom Morris's voice. Further layers of chiming keyboards, organ, and strings appear before subsiding back to stillness. "Homecoming" follows up with slightly warbled vocals and plunks of banjo, marrying bits of Shearwater and Grizzly Bear with a completely original spin on a well-worn genre. "Thief" is utter gorgeousness with its lovely washes of violin, unusual percussion, and organ. Try to imagine Asian chamber folk and you'll be in the ball park. "The Union: I Worship a Golden Sun" is part of the album's final trio of songs. The organic scree of keyboards distinctly resembles a squeaky fan belt, and it tumbles into "The Union: Recidivist", a furious swirl of violin dueling with a maelstrom of feedback. "The Union: Into the West" is the album's coda, an unusual instrumental blend that mashes mariachi styled trumpet with loping guitar that gallops off into the sunset of a Spaghetti western. From quiet spaces to dark places, The Quiet Lamb is cinematic in scope, and veers from storm-crashing guitar down to sparse, dusty piano motes. It is a challenging yet uplifting journey from a seasoned group of talented musicians, and will reward listeners with its multifaceted sonic hues.
5.0 su 5 stelle Not So Quiet. 17 novembre 2012
Di Nathan Hatton - Pubblicato su
I thought that it would be fitting to have this album playing in the background as I wrote this review. My friend introduced me to this band exclaiming how incredibly amazing this album was, but unfortunately he had to opportunity to listen to an early release of the album. Instead, my first introduction to Her Name is Calla's music came through their first record, 'The Heritage,' with which I found myself deeply enthralled with the unique soundscapes and brooding, beautiful melodies. When I was finally able to snag a copy of 'The Quiet Lamb'--which I was fortunate enough to obtain a copy of their wooden box edition from Denovali--my patience was limited for its arrival. At last, though, it did arrive and I was able to give it a spin.

I am very much a fan of the album-based writing style that many bands seem to have forgotten about these days. However, 'The Quiet Lamb' shines through as one of the most perfectly crafted albums that I can fit into that style. The album really is a journey; I hesitate to say that, because I used to use the phrase constantly. In this case, though, I will hold to that description. Every song builds you up to a level of appreciation for that song in that moment. And then when you are finally finished in your journey, you are left to reflect on the placement and presentation of each song. You have some massive achievements in this album as well as some wonderful filler tracks which all work together to form a grand whole. Admittedly, there are times where I find it a bit difficult to sit through all of 'Recidivist,' but the track really does have a place in the album's intent.

The best analogy that I was able to formulate was that this album works incredibly well as a companion piece to T.S. Eliot's 'The Wasteland.' This album paints such a beautifully dark picture that I couldn't help but link it to the gloomy and powerful nature of the poem. I feel that the album is a very blatant observation on all things that make this world a little ugly. However, it eventually shows us the way out of the wasteland and does the poem. The place that 'Recidivist' truly fits is in the place of Eliot's speaking thunder. It is the climax of the journey that informs the listener: 'Datta. Dayadhvum. Damyata.' And then you have the final journey into the west. Truly a masterful accomplishment.

I may have seemed on a tangent, but I don't really feel it. Regardless of any understanding for what I just said, this album i most certainly worth a listen. I continue to hold this album up as one of the greatest albums I have had the pleasure to experience.
5.0 su 5 stelle Brilliant 13 agosto 2011
Di moozak - Pubblicato su
This is great stuff indeed.Just fantastic. A masterpiece.This is the music i look for. Beautiful soft and delicate violins cellos and flutes building to crescendos of vocals and drums.Distant mutated trumpets dissolve into walls of guitars.
WOW, this is good. The best music i have heard in years.Some tracks are instrumental some have vocals,all are fantastic.Delicate emotional and epic.
Love this.If i could i would rate this 6 stars no joke.If you like Formica Blues and Halou or Jacaszek then this is even better.

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