Selective Memory Mag reviews There Is No Mountain’s album LUNA

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Selective Memory Mag reviews Luna, the new album from Portland’s There Is No Mountain:

It’s not that this album is folk rock than it is ethereal alternative forcing genres from the early ‘90s that bands like House of Love or Lush fused together…The eccentricity of [drummer/vocalist Kali Giaritta and guitarist/vocalist Matt Harmon] allow them to explore avenues of rock and pop in ways others have not…Levels are pushed and the power from these two explode. What is this monster I have ran into? How can an album that has started out as gentle as a blown leaf turn into a vivacious rock odyssey?

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