Gorgeous and damaged outsider pop from this former Florida noisemaker now residing in California. For the first Aloonaluna cassette, Lynn Fister offers us an intimate set of slowly enchanting dream pop lullabies in the southern gothic tradition.

    • Cro-Magnolia
    • March 24th, 2012

    Ya know, when I read this, the first thing that came to mind was a picture of some good ol’ boys having fun with some goth kids. I didn’t know there was a southern gothic tradition in music. I looked it up and there’s all these artists I’ve never heard of. Apparently it’s different than say, Bauhaus. Now I have another field of music to look into.

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