MIRAH > (a)spera

Call it anything you want: Mirah genre blends and bends like none other. She makes it whisper; she makes it haunt. Call it for lack of a better point of reference a perfect record. Ten tracks effortlessly evoke the essences of both baroque and minimalism simultaneously, with a peerless lyrical wisdom beyond her years.



















Label: K
Rating: ★★★★★

Call it anything you want: Mirah genre blends and bends like none other. She makes it whisper; she makes it haunt. Call it for lack of a better point of reference a perfect record. Ten tracks effortlessly evoke the essences of both baroque and minimalism simultaneously, with a peerless lyrical wisdom beyond her years. With her vocals up front, and every deftly employed instrument via exquisite arrangements, if there was a flaw somewhere, it couldn’t be found or went unheard. For effect think Elliott Smith. In 2004 Mirah beckoned: C’mon Miracle. In 2009, it arrived in the guise of (a)spera.