Stag Hare / Spirit Canoes
Album: Spirit Canoes   Collection:General 12"
Artist:Stag Hare   Added:Jan 2012
Label:Inner Islands  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2012-01-16 Pull Date: 2012-03-05
Week Ending: Feb 19 Feb 12 Feb 5 Jan 29
Airplays: 3 1 3 1

Recent Airplay
1. Apr 30, 2013: Home Free
Lavender Ravens Tears
4. Feb 13, 2012: Ghost Trees
A Rose For The White Witch
2. Feb 15, 2012: maximum entropy
Lavender Ravens Tears
5. Feb 07, 2012: meow
Lavender Ravens Tears, Asha Moon Canoes
To Coyoto To Hop, A Rose For The White Witch
6. Jan 31, 2012: Meow
A Rose For The White Witch

Album Review
Reviewed 2012-01-09
Four deeply spiritual songs by Stag Hare, a prominent member of the “New Weird Utah” scene originating in Salt Lake City. Gentle relaxing ambient music influenced by meditation, nature, the textures of the seasons, and lonely desolate Utah landscapes. Really far-out deep stuff influenced by 60’s folk, “new new age” and the music of Southeast Asia.


RIYL: Brightblack Morning Light, WYLD WYZRDZ, Gkfoes Vjgoaf, Silver Antlers, Seven Feathers Rainwater

*1. (11:20) Gentle humming harmonium, tinkling bells, tabla drumming and sparse guitar. Meditative.
*2. (10:04) Nice ambient washes coupled with guitar strumming. Stutter-step percussion, bird chirping and cool serene lyrics.
3. (11:47) Chill-out with nice folky and psychedelic elements. Smoothly gyrating percussion, blurred out chanting vocals, and nature sounds—gurgling brooks, rustling breezes, and jungly vibes.
*4. (11:05) Percussion-centric. Chimes, and a few electronic effects along with busy string instruments and relaxing flutes. Far out!

Track Listing
1. A Rose For The White Witch   3. Asha Moon Canoes
2. To Coyoto To Hop   4. Lavender Ravens Tears