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Somehow Jack perfectly captured the chaos and thrill that is Marielda, from scoundrelish hijinks to deeply emotional connections, sometimes reflecting both with the same melodies. Even divorced from the podcast, this album is an incredible piece of musical storytelling in itself. Grace
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Hard to pick a favorite this incredibly good album. Cassander Timaeus Berenice feels so beautiful and nostalgic but with a painful edge of tragedy that leaves an ache. I can picture Cassander as a child, playing in the sea with his siblings just at the beginning of this. So good. dauntingfire
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The somber melancholy of this album makes for great "wintertime blues" music to wallow in.
"Hadrian & His Son" resonates with a deep hurt that I can't put a finger on, but isn't a burden to confront. Driving chords on a solitary piano ringing out into a resonating void. It sounds like mourning a dearly beloved soul who has passed away in some tiny and old church with worn down pews and every hymnal spine is cracked from loving use. andrewbarbel