An essential vinyl release of the Throwing Muses’ mainstay’s 2016’s CD and essay book that featured stories from “her life's most perception-altering junctures” - NPR.
“As memoirs, her albums are so intensely personal... as art, they’re arguments for the value of unapologetic individuality” - Pitchfork.
“This music reminds you how alone you are; it consoles you through its insolubility, comforts you by jabbing you in the chest and letting you know how complex the struggle is, how inaccessible we are to each other but just how universal our pain can be.” - The Wire.
This sonically rich and fragmented record references to Hersh’s past material and sees her perform on guitar, bass, drums, piano, horns and cello. There’s a mysticism and sense of life wonderment throughout Wyatt At The Coyote Palace that also has death as a central theme rather than the contemplation of death itself it’s reaching the end of something and beginning a new life.