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  • Summary: The sixth full-length release for Erin Birgy as Mega Bog features contributions from Matt Bachmann, Zach Burba of iji, Andrew Dorset of Lake, Meg Duffy of Hand Habits, James Krivchenia of Big Thief, Alex Liebman, Aaron Otheim, Will Segerstrom, and Jade Tcimpidis,
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  • Record Label: Paradise of Bachelors
  • Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Indie Rock, Lo-Fi, Neo-Psychedelia
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  1. Jul 22, 2021
    It's a new and fantastic chapter in an ongoing body of uncontainable work, one where Birgy has never hesitated to dive into her own psyche and wrestle what she finds there back up to the surface for all to see.
  2. Aug 10, 2021
    For longstanding Mega Bog fans, Life, and Another immediately stands out as one of Birgy’s finest records from start to finish. There’s a maturation to the stylistic choices and general trajectory of the instrumentation.
  3. Uncut
    Jul 22, 2021
    Wonderfully eclectic and strangely uplifting. [Aug 2021, p.31]
  4. Jul 22, 2021
    At 44 minutes, Life, and Another is lengthy compared to many new albums, but its 16 diverse tracks all earn their inclusion, each piece of the tapestry finely crafted and lovingly stitched into place. Few albums released so far this year have felt quite so magical and transportive, carried along by a mischievous dream-like narrative.
  5. Jul 26, 2021
    It is a record that is whimsical and sensual; weird and romantic.
  6. Jul 28, 2021
    Life, and Another expands her palette tenfold with different hues and tones that would typically go unnoticed on an experimental record. The result is her most engaging work yet.
  7. Jul 23, 2021
    It takes repeated listens before hooks and memorable melodies begin to reveal themselves. Once they do, Life, and Another becomes a far more gratifying listen: swamped, at times, with unconvincing mystery, but beautiful, too.

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