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Liz Harris' Nivhek Project Is an Exercise in the Ineffable Nature of Grief

Grouper's Liz Harris offers a meditation on the sublime in a way that is itself sublimely beautiful on After its own death / Walking in a spiral towards the house.

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Grouper: The Man Who Died in His Boat

Grouper's five-year old collection culls some of her most accessible material ever, just in fragments.

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Mirrorring: Foreign Body

A collaboration between Grouper and Tiny Vipers, Foreign Body is tense and haunted, full of whispered melodies and dark washes of electronic noise.

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The Audibly Deteriorating Landscape

The ruins of Detroit identified a past that stands in contrast with Techno's futurism, but do the foreclosed homes, uninhabited luxury condos, and padlocked storefronts provide any kind of guide to tomorrow's music?

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Grouper/ Inca Ore: Split

Two of the most vital artists populate the fringes of the new weird America with spirits and sorrow.

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Grouper: Dragging a Dead Deer Up a Hill

Liz Harris has dialed down the washes of fuzz that cloaked her first two records as Grouper, and for the most part that's a good choice.

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