of Athens, Georgia doggedly chases the extemporaneity. He plays quasi-guitars and his “devil cello”: the H’arpeggione, an upright
acoustic instrument with sympathetic strings. Acoustic may be a dirty word, though that’s his preferred (dirty) bag. His style blends
primitive folk, beloved metal, and sacred musics from around the world into a doomy/pretty/physically exhausting voice.
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