Judy Berman

Jul 24 2012
nprmusic:

The ethereal Chelsea Wolfe strips down to acoustic guitar and strings on her third album, Unknown Rooms. Hear the warped Southern gospel hymn, “The Way We Used To.”
Photo by Kristin Cofer

Just once in my life, I would like to see a man described as “ethereal.”

nprmusic:

The ethereal Chelsea Wolfe strips down to acoustic guitar and strings on her third album, Unknown Rooms. Hear the warped Southern gospel hymn, “The Way We Used To.”

Photo by Kristin Cofer

Just once in my life, I would like to see a man described as “ethereal.”

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    So, women and queer men can be ethereal. First person to find a straight dude described as “ethereal” gets a shimmering...
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    “The shape I’m in. Oh she knows so well”.
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    If you don’t know about Chelsea Wolfe, I suggest you check her out. She has some pretty amazing stuff.
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    Listen!
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    Love this track. This album’s a bit quieter, but no less haunting.
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