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EVE MARET ‘The Zone’

Apr 29, 2021 | Experimental, Reviews

Eve Maret’s Bauhaus classic

You’ve got to admire Eve Maret’s adventurous spirit. Since Stars Aligned featured in our 2020 end of year round up, the collaborations have kept coming – check The Feature & Body Horse on Bandcamp. The Nashville based synth specialist has covered a multitude of musical landscapes. In contrast, this new work reduces her palette to one take improvs and only using one synth per piece. This is the Walter Gropius of solo albums. A Bauhaus classic. It’s sleek futuristic aesthetic will appeal to those ready to indulge themselves in one woman’s dedication to her art.

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