What Portland quartet Dream Wulf understands better than much of the psych-rock rabble is that making spacey, freaked out noise doesn’t amount to much if you don’t have good songs to go with it. On the group’s latest album All Things Unconsidered, they bear that out with tunes that are replete with melody and a foundation of gritty blues that still seek to take you to higher planes of reality. The key ingredient to their magical formula is the presence of singer/guitarist Jessica Bahl, who opts for a more earthbound approach to her performances instead of the wispy coquettishness of other female-fronted acts of this kind.
by Robert Ham
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