The varied and experimental musical career of Carla Bozulich contains many stylistic zigs and zags: from post-punk (with Neon Vein) and industrial-tinged art-rock (with Ethyl Meatplow) to atmospheric alt-country (with Geraldine Fibbers) and experimental improvisations. 2006's EVANGELISTA, Bozulich's third solo release, blends her country leanings with her more experimental, ambient tendencies, resulting in an album of moody folk pieces that recall acts like the Cowboy Junkies and Hem. Yet Bozulich remains true to form: EVANGELISTA is never laid-back or predictable. Instead, it treads an appealing line between loveliness and danger.
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