MP3: Port St. Willow: Even // Wasteland [Album Review]

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Port St. Willow: Even // Wasteland [Album Review] MP3

Port St. Willow is the project of Nick Principe of Portland, OR, who says his album Even // Wasteland is “a record about standing in your own way.” After scrapping the origins of the project, Principe built it again from scratch. After an hour with Even // Wasteland (and knowing nothing of what came before), I still declare that it was well worth it. Each song blends into the next, and the last into ... Source: fensepost.com

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