H.C. McEntire - Eno Axis
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Based on 7 reviews
2020 Ratings: #84 / 616
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Based on 20 ratings
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August 21, 2020 / Release Date
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Merge Records / Label
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andyintoronto
76
Some nice little Americana songs in here.

Best: Hands for the harvest. Rivers Jaw
PitchforkClone
81
With spacious live takes and poetic lyricism, the North Carolina songwriter’s second album brings order to the chaos of the day. Step inside Eno Axis and things immediately fall into place.

Back in March, when the world screeched to a monstrous halt, H.C. McEntire was already sitting still. The alt-Americana artist had decided to head back to her home state of North Carolina a few months earlier, after spending the better part of the last two years as a touring backup singer for Angel ... read more
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One of 2020s best. While carving out it's own sound I keep hearing shades of Emmylou's golden era: late 80s - 90s.
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Track List

  1. Hands for the Harvest
  2. Footman's Coat
  3. High Rise
  4. River's Jaw
  5. One Eye Open
  6. Final Bow
  7. True Meridian
  8. Sunday Morning
  9. Time, On Fire
  10. Houses of the Holy
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Added on: June 29, 2020