Weekly Volcano previews Molybden show

Weekly Volcano previews Molybden’s show in Olympia at Rainy Day Records:

Musically, Woman Who Left Behind is lushly spare, and Tess Seipp’s tremulous, silky voice wraps around the four tracks like a nice hemp sandal. Growing up 62 miles from the Mexican border in the Chihuahuan Desert city of Marfa, Texas (known for its Minimalist art and the 2006 filmings of both No Country For Old Men and There Will Be Blood) and coming of age selling vinyl in Pacific Northwest record stores, Seipp, who is also known as Molybden, tells tales of the homeland and ponders the world around her, pulling together influences from Elliott Smith and Patti Smith to Charlie Feathers and Rosanne Cash, as well as paying homage to poet Edna St. Vincent Millay.

// Molybden media page //

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