Harm Wulf / There's Honey In The Soil So We Wait For The Till
Album:There's Honey In The Soil So We Wait For The Till Collection:General
Artist:Harm Wulf Added:Jan 2014
Label:Deathwish, Inc. 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2014-01-02 Pull Date:2014-03-06 Charts:Loud
Week Ending:Feb 16Feb 2Jan 26Jan 19Jan 12

Recent Airplay
1.Jun 13, 2015:BravoMarco Variety Show
4.Jan 28, 2014:late night dryer
2.Feb 15, 2014:BravoMarco Variety Show
5.Jan 27, 2014:Deathcrush
Astral Oblivion
3.Feb 01, 2014:BravoMarco Variety Show
6.Jan 25, 2014:BravoMarco Variety Show

Album Review
Reviewed 2014-01-02 
Harm Wülf
There’s Honey In The Soil So We Wait For The Till

Reviewed by BravoMarco
31st December 2013

Debut solo release from “Blacklisted” singer G. Hirsch. This may not be for the masses, but it’s certainly worth playing. Experimental on occasions, soothing, mellow sounds. Basic at times with bleak windswept imagery. Difficult not to make Death in June / 16 Horsepower comparisons. Still a great listen. Like the effects on the vocals.

Play all, liking the best 2,7,8,9
No detectable FCC’s

1) Oldfur (3.35) Acoustic guitar opener with pleasing vocals, particularly good sampled voice to finish.
2) Silk Soul (3.45) More energetic driving force with this one, gutsy. Female vocals add to this one during the chorus.
3) Astral Oblivion (3.11) One of the more DiJ folkier numbers.
4) When Old Becomes New (2.47) Slow. Mean & Moody. Another sampled finish
5) More Weight (3.26) Gritty, with stark imagery.
6) Spectrum Blues (3.46) Nice melody, perhaps the most assessable.
7) We Hold Empty Names (6.20) Found myself singing “Behind The Rose” by DiJ during this one. Good in its own right though. Austere but with feeling.
8) Bonepicker (3.06) This one is stark. Definitely one of the highlights. Foot tapping isolation.
9) There’s Honey In The Soil So We Wait For The Till (I&II) (6.28) Whistling wind backing, sets this up nicely. Military style drumming leading up to a faster pace from 2.40 onwards combining with an almost flamenco sound. A certain urgency about the vocals throughout. Finishes nicely with a couple of sentences of spoken word samples.

Track Listing
1.Oldfur 5.More Weight
2.Silk Soul 6.Spectrum Blues
3.Astral Oblivion 7.We Hold Empty Names
4.When Old Becomes New 8.Bonepicker
 9.There's Honey In The Soil So We Wait For The Till