Broken Bones

by Andy Ulseth

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Andy Ulseth - Vocals/Guitar/Drums/Synthesizer/ Omnichord/Melodica
Molly Manning - Vocals
Taylor Deihl - Bass

Tracked by Andy Ulseth
Mixed/Mastered by Eric Carlson

andyulsethmusic@gmail.com<I/>

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released January 28, 2011

Press:

"Ulseth emerges as one of the scene's most promising new indie-folk pickers since Jeremy Messersmith with his debut album, "Broken Bones," whose all-acoustic and sometimes melodica- and omnichord-enhanced tunes alternately recalls Fleet Foxes, Nick Drake and the Mountain Goats." - Star Tribune (Twin Cities)

"The songs on his debut album, Broken Bones, are gentle, breathy acoustic ballads with the sparest of arrangements and brittle harmonies that are as warm and inviting as a roaring fire in the fireplace." - City Pages (Twin Cities)

"The eleven tunes that make up his album "Broken Bones" are on par with freak-folk lynchpins like Devendra Barnhart and Neutral Milk Hotel, offering a similarly skilled and skewed take on folk-pop.With a distinctive conversational twang in his throat and a seemingly endless bag of fluid acoustic guitar riffs pouring from his hands, Ulseth would appear to have what it takes to make a splash in Minnesota and beyond now that he's finally putting recorded music out into the world." - Metromix (Twin Cities)

"Winter folk pop goodness from Minneapolis newcomer Andy Ulseth… ‘Northern Gold’ falls somewhere perfectly between Nick Drake and Fleet Foxes, and is taken from the upcoming mountain campfire-esque LP, ‘Broken Bones‘...A Must." - Beach Tapes (UK)

"It is quite a brilliant album that starts off as being completely enjoyable and then seems to grow on you even more." - hi54lofi (Canada)

"As winter weather approaches the East Coast, this perfectly picked acoustic duet makes more and more sense. Maybe it’s the Minnesota pedigree, but Andy Ulseth is able to build a campfire of a song with only the bare essentials." - Watch Me for the Changes (Washington DC)

"Cozy (acoustic) Indie Pop" - the Technicolor Sleep (Norway)

"Andy’s unique voice compliments the melodies and soft/soaring harmonies that are placed throughout the record. " - the Record Stack (New York)

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