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In "The Valley," Eisley opens a door and lets a hidden world swing into view.
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April 4, 2011 As easy as it's been to characterize Eisley's music by the shimmering, looking-glass elements that effervesce on the surface, there's always a muscularity lurking just beneath. In "The Valley," Eisley opens a door and lets a hidden world swing into view.
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September 13, 2007 In the past, Eisley has made music characterized by an off-center sway that's all about being overcome: by the moment, the emotion, the music. But Combinations and the song "Taking Control" are about overcoming, with a newfound directness and heaviness.
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