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In "Icarus," White Hinterland's Casey Dienel makes beautiful music that's both somber and warm.
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April 8, 2010 The production of "Icarus" feels spacious yet simple, with a set of samples embedded organically amongst the tune's main ingredients. The result is the sort of reverie that can feed an appetite for wanderlust or make listeners ache for home, depending on the context.
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March 7, 2008 White Hinterland makes hazy pop music perfect for a rainy day. The group from Jamaica Plain, Mass., is fronted by singer Casey Dienel, who has a soulful, bluesy voice. White Hinterland's new CD is Phylactery Factory, a soothing, folk-flavored album with shades of chamber pop and jazz.
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February 12, 2008 Singer-songwriter Casey Dienel talks about making the transition from solo artist to bandleader, struggling with nerves as a performer, and watching people disassemble a giant whale that had washed up on the beach near her hometown.
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