Folk music, like all genres, needs to stay relevant. And whilst some like to guard the demarcations of the musical realm as they see them, it is to those working on the fringes, those bending, breaking and reshaping the sonic landscape, that we must look for the essential evolution. Parabola West is just such an artist. Through her blends of traditional folk styles and forward-thinking electronica…folktronica, if you will…she creates a path to the future for folk fans, or at least for broad-minded folk fans who are happy to be uprooted from their entrenched comfort zones…

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