Double vinyl LP pressing. On the heels of Midwife's 2020 sophomore album, Forever, The Flenser is pleased to offer a vinyl edition of her debut Like Author, Like Daughter. The album is a portrait of Madeline Johnston's final year as a resident of Denver's famed D.I.Y venue Rhinoceropolis, which closed in a rash of politically motivated assaults on creative spaces across the United States. The album internalizes loss, addiction, and abandonment and wrings them through distorted power chords, melancholy leads, and sheets of drone to create building, aching monuments to past-selves and lost relationships as positivist statements of resilience and self-love. It's a record that is impossible to listen to without a lump in your throat.
Double vinyl LP pressing. On the heels of Midwife's 2020 sophomore album, Forever, The Flenser is pleased to offer a vinyl edition of her debut Like Author, Like Daughter. The album is a portrait of Madeline Johnston's final year as a resident of Denver's famed D.I.Y venue Rhinoceropolis, which closed in a rash of politically motivated assaults on creative spaces across the United States. The album internalizes loss, addiction, and abandonment and wrings them through distorted power chords, melancholy leads, and sheets of drone to create building, aching monuments to past-selves and lost relationships as positivist statements of resilience and self-love. It's a record that is impossible to listen to without a lump in your throat.
767870664090

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Format: Vinyl
Label: FLS
Rel. Date: 03/05/2021
UPC: 767870664090

Like Author, Like Daughter
Artist: Midwife
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $29.98
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DISC: 1

1. Song for An Unborn Sun
2. Reason
3. RTD Pt. 1
4. RTD Pt. 2
5. Name
6. Haunt Me
7. Way Out
8. Liar
9. You Don't Go

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Double vinyl LP pressing. On the heels of Midwife's 2020 sophomore album, Forever, The Flenser is pleased to offer a vinyl edition of her debut Like Author, Like Daughter. The album is a portrait of Madeline Johnston's final year as a resident of Denver's famed D.I.Y venue Rhinoceropolis, which closed in a rash of politically motivated assaults on creative spaces across the United States. The album internalizes loss, addiction, and abandonment and wrings them through distorted power chords, melancholy leads, and sheets of drone to create building, aching monuments to past-selves and lost relationships as positivist statements of resilience and self-love. It's a record that is impossible to listen to without a lump in your throat.