Nooga.com reviews There Is No Mountain

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Nooga.com‘s Joshua Pickard reviews “Song of Seikilos” from There Is No Mountain‘s forthcoming album Luna, out on January 15th from ORG Music:

…draws on the fuzzy psych and folk landscapes of the ’60s to fashion a modern, unexpectedly hook-laden set of rhythms. You can hear some of the same oddly textured sounds that bands such as Dirty Projectors and Grizzly Bear peddle, but There Is No Mountain is able to create a unique and singular expression based on these influences; there’s no sense of imitation or mimicry. They are simply realizing that these sounds can be translated into an affecting and honest homage—one that gives credit where it is due while also allowing the band to form their own rhythmic individuality.

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