DAKOTA SLIM’S “CACTUS CROWN”

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“AUDIOMANCY ON LOVE AND MAGICK”

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Against soft, spooky vocals, orbs descend to the earth and take the forms of predator and prey. Staticky percussion punctuates changes in color and form, and just as a canine creature is about to overtake a rabbitlike animal, their forms are all but obliterated as the lyrics come to a close.

– Katey Trnka, VORTEX MAGAZINE

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“CACTUS CROWN is an authentic American-Spaghetti Western Occult album many have tried to make yet failed…instead of seeping themselves in the true subconscious that is churned and plumed from such a lust for archaic divinities.”

 – Gabriel Hart, JAIL WEDDINGS

…The best way I can describe it is a creepy, worldly trip-hop song with ghostly vocals, but there’s so much more to it than that. My favorite is the wild saxophone noise reminiscent of The Birthday Party. “Wylin’” has a more obvious spaghetti western influence, dirge-y and acoustic in tone…

– Sår Blackthorne, CVLTNATION

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