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Released 2024. 140 gram black vinyl. For trans folksinger Creekbed Carter Hogan, everything good is made from the rotten stump of something else. Their new self-titled album, Creekbed Carter, is both creed and archive, formed from the eccentric preoccupations of a messy Catholic childhood that have been crafted into a dazzling, troubling, and ultimately wondrous collection of songwriting. This 8 track record draws from the intimacy and precision of Hogan's live shows to build a new landscape for queer folk and country. Familiar spirits haunt these songs - Roger Miller, Bobbie Gentry, Elliott Smith, Karen Dalton - but ultimately, Hogan's music emanates from the force of their own desires. Clever, searing, bald, and true, Creekbed Carter is, above all, an act of resilience: a flaming sword that both creator and listener can use to cut their way out and through, together.
Released 2024. 140 gram black vinyl. For trans folksinger Creekbed Carter Hogan, everything good is made from the rotten stump of something else. Their new self-titled album, Creekbed Carter, is both creed and archive, formed from the eccentric preoccupations of a messy Catholic childhood that have been crafted into a dazzling, troubling, and ultimately wondrous collection of songwriting. This 8 track record draws from the intimacy and precision of Hogan's live shows to build a new landscape for queer folk and country. Familiar spirits haunt these songs - Roger Miller, Bobbie Gentry, Elliott Smith, Karen Dalton - but ultimately, Hogan's music emanates from the force of their own desires. Clever, searing, bald, and true, Creekbed Carter is, above all, an act of resilience: a flaming sword that both creator and listener can use to cut their way out and through, together.
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Creekbed Carter (Blk) (Ofgv)
Artist: Creekbed Carter Hogan
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $24.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Apiary
2. If I Was
3. Through With Lovin'
4. Sycamore
5. Lord, Make Me a Scorpion
6. Staying With You
7. Philomena
8. The Relic Song

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Released 2024. 140 gram black vinyl. For trans folksinger Creekbed Carter Hogan, everything good is made from the rotten stump of something else. Their new self-titled album, Creekbed Carter, is both creed and archive, formed from the eccentric preoccupations of a messy Catholic childhood that have been crafted into a dazzling, troubling, and ultimately wondrous collection of songwriting. This 8 track record draws from the intimacy and precision of Hogan's live shows to build a new landscape for queer folk and country. Familiar spirits haunt these songs - Roger Miller, Bobbie Gentry, Elliott Smith, Karen Dalton - but ultimately, Hogan's music emanates from the force of their own desires. Clever, searing, bald, and true, Creekbed Carter is, above all, an act of resilience: a flaming sword that both creator and listener can use to cut their way out and through, together.
        
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