It is fair to say that How and How, the new long-player from Sara Möller, covers a lot of ground musically speaking. And often, when such a statement is posited by a reviewer, it is a polite way of saying “unfocused,” but here, nothing could be further from the truth. How and How is the sound of someone building a unique and signature sonic world out of threads garnered from a number of interlocking and neighboring genres, sounds, and styles? Unfocused? Hardly! In fact, just the opposite…

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