Mirah might be borrowing folk’s acoustic framework, but she sidesteps the genre’s earnest strumming and Boy Scout lyrics, spinning evocative yarns in a voice both unaffected and engagingly warm (reminiscent of a more plain-spoken Aimee Mann). Through it all, she creates an atmosphere of such intimate ease, you feel as if she’s singing for you alone.
C'mon Miracle Mirah might be borrowing folk's acoustic framework, but she sidesteps the genre's earnest strumming and Boy Scout lyrics, spinning evocative yarns in...C'mon MiracleFolk, Indie Rock Mirah might be borrowing folk's acoustic framework, but she sidesteps the genre's earnest strumming and Boy Scout lyrics, spinning evocative yarns in...2004-06-04
Genre: Folk, Indie Rock; Lead Performer: Mirah; Producer (group): K
Posted June 4 2004 — 12:00 AM EDT
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