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Irish teen Bridie Monds-Watson took the name Soak to stand for a combination of soul and folk, which she says describes her distinctive musical style. The description may be accurate on a certain level, but it also misleads. There is nothing traditional here from either of those genres, except maybe in the sense of great music with a profound emotional edge. Soak drenches her album in reveries about growing up in an absurd world where things may not always make sense or be right. This realization grounds her songs.  Full Story
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New albumsAlbum reviews: Soak, Algiers, Daughn Gibson and Goatsnake

06/01/2015 03:09 PM MDT
Irish teen Bridie Monds-Watson took the name Soak to stand for a combination of soul and folk, which she says describes her distinctive musical style. The description may be accurate on a certain level, but it also misleads. There is nothing traditional here from either of those genres, except maybe in the sense of great music with a profound emotional edge. Soak drenches her album in reveries about growing up in an absurd world where things may not always make sense or be right. This realization grounds her songs.  
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CU qualifies seven for nationals, but hoped for a few more
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