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ML Wah // Deep Roots LP

ML Wah // Deep Roots LP

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Stirbirthed (Matt LaJoie (Matt LaJoie and Ash Brooks) presided over the New Age label Flower Room in Maine, which has arrived for the first time in Japan.This work is a record released by the owner Matt LaJoie under the name of ML Wah.Includes all 8 psychedelic folk journeys.. DL code included.

Edition of 300.

"There are many sides of Matt Lajoie (solo, Cursillistas, Herbcraft, Ash & Herb, Starbirthed) but the ML WAH name is dedicated to a more devotional direction. And the space spectrum, but Deep Roots is here as a spiritual successor to that album's higher consciousness. There's a deep body vibration to the album, shaking the chakras until the soul lights up like an ember. LaJoie's hymns are covered in ash, ambling through The streets in search of solace, euphoria, or enlightenment. This is one for the late-night meditations, with the cool breeze blowing against the baked-in glow of warm firelight. the output) then you'll already be on board for this, but for the free jazz congregation and the psych temple travelers, here lies an album that brings together the fold for a blissful bout of devotional thrum. Recommended for some deep liste ning. "
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Andy French, Raven Sings the Blues

Artist: ML Wah

Label: Flower Room

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Stirbirthed (Matt LaJoie (Matt LaJoie and Ash Brooks) presided over the New Age label Flower Room in Maine, which has arrived for the first time in Japan.This work is a record released by the owner Matt LaJoie under the name of ML Wah.Includes all 8 psychedelic folk journeys.. DL code included.

Edition of 300.

"There are many sides of Matt Lajoie (solo, Cursillistas, Herbcraft, Ash & Herb, Starbirthed) but the ML WAH name is dedicated to a more devotional direction. And the space spectrum, but Deep Roots is here as a spiritual successor to that album's higher consciousness. There's a deep body vibration to the album, shaking the chakras until the soul lights up like an ember. LaJoie's hymns are covered in ash, ambling through The streets in search of solace, euphoria, or enlightenment. This is one for the late-night meditations, with the cool breeze blowing against the baked-in glow of warm firelight. the output) then you'll already be on board for this, but for the free jazz congregation and the psych temple travelers, here lies an album that brings together the fold for a blissful bout of devotional thrum. Recommended for some deep liste ning. "
-
Andy French, Raven Sings the Blues

Artist: ML Wah

Label: Flower Room