Los Angeles singer-songwriter Pearl Charles makes Californian country music that at once recalls the burnt orange horizon of a Mojave sunset and the navy tint of the Pacific Ocean. Charles’ previous efforts have also pulled from the sounds of the ’60s and ’70s, but while they drew from the agitated sensibilities of garage and surf rock, her second full length Magic Mirror puts an outlaw spin on nocturnal disco, sounding something like the Band producing ABBA.
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