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Premiere: Seabuckthorn - “Overgrown Courtyard”

U.K. acoustic guitarist Andy Cartwright has honed his solo skills under the name of Seabuckthorn across half a dozen albums, released in almost as many years. He forges minimally layered six and twelve string soundscapes, painted with rich, brooding inferences to drone-folk, modern classical, and haunting Americana with the articulation of a grand master. Fortuitously, as Cartwright pushes toward his highest artistic heights, he has hooked up with Lost Tribe Sound to help launch the label’s new Dead West limited edition tape series with a captivating six-track EP entitled I Could See the Smoke.
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