KIRSTY McGEE

Somewhere between Jazz, Folk, Gospel and Americana there’s an area of music that doesn’t have a name. With a cartographer’s attention to detail, Kirsty McGee – a wandering maverick and spellbinding live performer with a voice that has been described as having the texture of smoke and velvet – has spent the past fifteen years and seven albums mapping this place, tracking the common origins of song.

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Ocotillo

Songs From The City & The Desert

2017 · DL | CD (Ltd.)

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Diamond Days E.P.

Diamond Days

2016 · DL

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Those Old Demons

Those Old Demons

2014 · LP | CD | DL

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THE HOBOPOP COLLECTIVE

Hobopop (n) [music of no fixed abode]:
Ever-changing bunch of leftfield misfits and ragged visionaries with playing credits ranging from Tom Waits to GoGo Penguin. The sound is joyful and dirty with hints of gospel and blues, sometimes veering towards cubist shuffle and wry noir. From musical saw and waterphone to Humber hubcaps via the occasional metal bucket.

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