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Boomkat Product Review:
“Dieu Deuil” which takes it name from the architecture of Daniel Libeskind, successfully integrates improvisation and song writing, and communicates an interior intimacy, with a particular fondness for the gentleness of 70s-era folk psychedelia inspired by the likes of john martyn, tim buckley, fairport convention and pentangle. Despite the project’s recent relocation to Florence, Italy, Tanakh is still a major voice in the outsider folk movement that is currently flourishing in North America. They fit nicely alongside former collaborators and friends Pelt and Six Organs of Admittance, as well as a slew of other folk heroes staking their claim in the american folk. “Dieu Deuil” is gorgeously packaged in Alien 8 custom sleeve with an illustrated booklet.