ada belle

by A. harlana

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paria beautifully immersed and introspective, existing as vast worlds where the contrasting concepts of thought and emotion are able to mingle freely. Favorite track: textile workers.
Jiles Beaver
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Jiles Beaver Listening to ada belle is like dreaming.
With echoing swirls and a voice meant to heal, it pulls you inward and keeps you forever. a harlana, what a huge inspiration you are to me. Favorite track: faces.
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Jeremy / HI54LOFI because sometimes you need a soundtrack for staring out the window Favorite track: faces.
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released January 25, 2019

co-mixed by reed gardner
mastered by loren isarel
all else by juno roome


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Track Name: textile workers
don’t start with me now, the handles are yours.
you’ll see through me still like the bibles on your shelves.
your eyes, they carry you up, but it’s just mine you’ll find up here.
are you truly the only one with your smile?

can’t you see that it’s all poured out?
it’s not late enough for your last,
can’t you see that it’s all poured out?
i’m out.

my chest is kept shut closed, but the scent travels to,
i know you long for it girl, every time you see me,
when my arms wrap around your body, and you take it with you.
do i see things in your eyes? i still fall short by the years

and then you go, you go back,
to the bed of your man.
redolent of my musk, you go back,
to the bed of your man.
Track Name: faces
i've never missed my wants,
and every vice of mine.
but i can't seem to will,
your face next to mine.