Muldue – A Place Both Foreign and Familiar

Max Ramsden’s first release on Hush Hush Records opens with a short, evocative instrumental. Neither ambient nor minimalist, it nonetheless serves as an engaging, contemplative primer. The two-minute long “Dwell” may be improbably titled, but it is beautifully conceived. What comes next is even better. Muldue delivers lush, dreamy singer-songwriter pop that’s said to be … Continue reading Muldue – A Place Both Foreign and Familiar