Brigid Mae Power :: The Two Worlds

Music is mood; atmosphere. And the environs must be right. Brigid Mae Power knows this, as she struggles to finish her statement on female oppression, “Don’t Shut Me Up (Politely)” in the bright ambiance of Portland, Oregon, departing for her hometown of Galway, Ireland, where a sense of dreary isolation comes to inform her recently released sophomore lp, The Two Worlds. Power’s stark, gothic-folk commands full attention on this latest work, with droning chords, pulsing drums reminiscent of Moe Tucker’s . . .

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