Marah-Mar plays instrumental post-punk with found sound and computer manipulation that is both eerie and powerful.
Each track builds slowly, each layer — guitar, cello, bass, drums — added carefully to create as much of a mood as a song. At times delicate, at times robust, the band's sound is completely its own.
Marah-Mar recorded in the capable hands of Tucker Burns, a talented engineer whose studio in an abandoned church provided the perfect atmosphere to capture the group's expansive sound.
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