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Music Review: Springtime Carnivore is angsty and adrift in Midnight Room

In the family tree of music, Midnight Room, Greta Morgan’s second record under the moniker Springtime Carnivore, directly descends from the retro-alt-country of Neko Case & Her Boyfriends. More recently in the ancestral bloodline would be the retro West Coast rock of Jenny Lewis’ Acid Tongue. As on those foregoing albums, a host of collaborators pitch in to complement the tender and captivating vocals; those efforts and Morgan’s indie-pop leanings contribute enough sonic DNA to give her sophomore effort its own beautiful, self-assured identity.
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