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Wildly Idle (Humble Before The Void)
Meg Duffy is better known for her work with the incredibly talented sad-song writer, Kevin Morby. Now Duffy steps in as the front-runner to take that title from him with her solo project, Hand Habits. Whether it's through the intimate lyrics on 'Sun Behold Me', or the influx of instruments on 'Actress', the pensive nature of the album is consistent. By placing her delicate, intimate vocals on a bed of soft and sweet guitars on opening track 'Flower Glass' this record takes over, consuming every ounce of your attention. Regardless of the theme of desolation, the depth and layers on all of the tracks particularly 'Demand It' and it's chirpy guitar line ensure there's an underlying element of hope and even joy. With the complex instruments woven together, the tracks sound simplistic and beautiful; regardless of the huge attention to detail Duffy has clearly taken when creating this record. Not only that, Wildly Idle floats from modern lo-fi, to psyche folk-rock with ease, never losing the listener. The interludes, 'Cowboy' and 'Greater L. A' introduce samples to the record that could sound lost should anyone with a less delicate touch do the same, proving that Duffy's ability is unquestionable.
Anyone who as heard music created by Meg Duffy can agree that her talent is undeniable. It was recorded by herself in a living room in upstate New York, and the whole record has that upstate New York vibe to it, complete with a warm fireplace. From the entrancing guitar work to the lush harmonies. Throughout there is this rumbling guitar that lurks until it comes front and center at just the right point.
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