Baba Yaga

Futurebirds - Baba Yaga
Critic Score
Based on 4 reviews
User Score
Based on 5 ratings
April 16, 2013 / Release Date
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Fat Possum / Label
Folk / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

75
Pitchfork

Baba Yaga is very much an “on tour” record; the controlled chaos of Futurebirds’ live shows translates on record like never before. You feel the energy, forgive any flubbed notes, and soak in the past-midnight revelry.

70
AllMusic

If anything, it feels like alt-country's answer to stoner metal (and a decidedly healthier one at that), providing the listener with a soundtrack that's as tailor-made for hazy summer afternoons as it is for the inky black curtain of night.

69
Paste

In an indie scene where recontextualizing the sounds of country and Americana for a more modern spin has become the norm, Futurebirds still have a ways to go in distinguishing themselves from some of their contemporaries.

tha138
61
More extrovert, loses its significant details and sounds as mainstream as planned.
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Track List

  1. Virginia Slims
  2. Serial Bowls
  3. American Cowboy
  4. Tan Lines
  5. Felix Helix
  6. Dig
  7. Keith and Donna
  8. The Light
  9. Death Awaits
  10. The Doewg
  11. Heavy Weights
  12. Strangers
  13. St. Summercamp
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Added on: April 18, 2013