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Ekstasis

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Marienbad
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Our Sorrows
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In the Same Room
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Boy in the Moon
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Für Felix
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Goddess Eyes II
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Moni Mon Amie
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Four Gardens
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Goddess Eyes I
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This Is Ekstasis
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 56:53

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Andy Battaglia writes about music and culture of various other kinds from a home base in New York. His work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the Wire, t...more »

03.08.12
An impressive mix of moods pulling from the past and present
2012 | Label: RVNG INTL. / SC Distribution

Julia Holter makes music for an ever-changing carnival of the mind. One moment she’s cooing dreamily, like a woman lost in the clouds of her own imagining, and the next she’s thinking her way through incisive lyrics about the cerebral ’60s art-film Last Year at Marienbad. Some of her sounds come across as childlike and lost, others are clearly and thoroughly composed. She demonstrates incredible range, often in the space of a single time-defying song.… read more »

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Interview: Julia Holter

By Seth Colter Walls, Contributor

Julia Holter may have gone to school to study formal composition, but she vaulted to prominence on the strength of albums like Tragedy and Ekstasis, which balanced pop pulses and harmonies with harder-to-define explorations, ones that felt more distinguished than the experiments of other home-recording phenoms. On her new album, Loud City Song, Holter also worked in professional studios, and occasionally with a full complement of session musicians on hand to play her own arrangements. While… more »