Wagner, Mirel / When The Cellar Children See The Light Of Day
Album:When The Cellar Children See The Light Of Day Collection:General
Artist:Wagner, Mirel Added:Sep 2014
Label:Sub Pop Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2014-09-12 Pull Date:2014-11-14 
Week Ending:Nov 16Nov 9Nov 2Oct 26Oct 19Oct 12Oct 5Sep 28

Recent Airplay
1.Jul 16, 2019:Tree Talk
Oak Tree
4.Jan 05, 2015:In The Year One Thousand, Eight Thousand
What Love Looks Like
2.Mar 26, 2015:Mountain Music
What Love Looks Like
5.Nov 13, 2014:Meow
Oak Tree
3.Mar 03, 2015:In The Year One Thousand, Eight Thousand [W1508]
6.Nov 10, 2014:In The Year One Thousand, Eight Thousand
Taller Than Tall Trees

Album Review
Reviewed 2014-09-11 
Folk/Acoustic/ Minimal. This is Mirel’s second album and she is signed to Sub Pop. Her music is minimalist, barren, frank, a little dark and mysterious, sometimes down right freaky, almost gothic in lyrics, bluesy and folksy... definitely worth a listen. FCC Clean.

1. (2:11) Creepy song, “1-2-3-4, what’s underneath the floor”
2. (3:38) *Heavy acoustic trudge, think this one is about death…
3. (3:43) Echo-ey reverb over acoustic strummed guitar.
4. (3:02) *Promoted song, kind of trippy hippy lyrics, fun
5. (3:37) God this is creepy, another song about cellar children.
6. (2:29) *Creepy and dreamy, carefully worded song
7. (2:15) *Higher tenor and faster paced finger plucked folk.
8. (3:09) *Simple and pretty, “Is this what love looks like”
9. (4:56) *Dreamy repetitive strumming pattern with some finger picking.
10. (2:08) *Piano and finger picked guitar. Some strings. Dark and dreamy.

Track Listing
1.1 2 3 4 6.Dreamt Of A Wave
2.The Dirt 7.The Devil's Tongue
3.Ellipsis 8.What Love Looks Like
4.Oak Tree 9.Taller Than Tall Trees
5.In My Father's House 10.Goodnight