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Alternative & Indie - Released September 30, 2013 | Play It Again Sam

Hi-Res Booklet + Video Distinctions 4F de Télérama - Qobuzissime - Hi-Res Audio
With Aventine, Agnes Obel gives a little more depth to the intimate, atmospheric and dreamlike world of her first album, the grandiose Philharmonics. Behind a stripped-down piano borrowed from Erik Satie, the Berlin-based Danish artist has added even more grandeur to her miniatures. Her reverberating voice magnifies these immense sonic spaces and  we are left to float along in this sublime sonic material. This waking dream is even more subtle than its predecessor: speckled with a few violins here or a cello there. This record confirms the talent of a timeless musician. © MD/Qobuz


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