Angela James sounds wholly alone on the title track of her new full-length, delivering her words atop a low roar that echoes a cold wind sweeping across a graveyard. It’s a rare moment of solitude on a gorgeous record given life by a long list of collaborators “Top 10 Chicago Albums of 2014″ Red Eye Chicago/Chicago Tribune

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Angela James swills her misery like a pro, exposing its various hues, imploring us to join her in its strange, revelling gratification. She reminds us that there is something uniquely (and usually only briefly) satisfying about indulging in a hard bout of melancholy. Tiny Mix Tapes

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