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  • Summary: A 20-year veteran of the indie music scene, the former Come frontwoman returns with her second solo LP.
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  1. Here we have an artist who's been making music for nearly 25 years and this album sounds fresh and new. This album is, by far, the best record I've heard this year.
  2. Zedek somehow twists her troubled characters and haunting tunes into things of beauty.
  3. There is real emotion and beauty to be found in her yearning. [#7]
  4. Her voice has matured to a fine saw-toothed rasp, and carries with it the echoes of every hard minute through which she's lived.
  5. This is powerful stuff, unrelenting and dark.
  6. Like Richard Buckner, Zedek holds the amazing capacity to make the saddest stuff compelling, even heartening.
  7. What makes Trust Not Those In Whom Without Some Touch Of Madness a career highlight for Zedek is how she avoids misery while continuing to confront emotional storminess.

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