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April 30, 2009 When artists from different bands collaborate on a new project, they usually (or at least hopefully) come up with a completely different and surprising sound — something outside their comfort zone. In the case of the newly formed collective The Accidental, the results aren't terribly surprising; but they are no less compelling. The group of musicians from several British experimental folk groups have a new album of, well, experimental folk. It's not new territory for the band, but it's a cozy, inspired collection.
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