Mike & Cara Gangloff

Friends, we're just starting to build this page out in advance of what we anticipate will be some big news later this year.

In the meantime, we're delighted to announce that MIE Records has released a gorgeous vinyl version of Black Ribbon of Death, Silver Thread of LIfe and we have them here at Klang Industries.

Ane we've got a run of shows in Finland and France set for spring, and talk of plenty more in the summer and fall -- as always, you can see more details on the shows page.

Matt Peyton, our minister of projection, put together a video for our Mulberry Raider and The Wire is featuring it right here.

Matt's also behind a video for West India, an old West Virginia fiddle tune that we used as a jumping off point for some fiddle-vielle a roue exploration. Look for more soon and thanks for listening.

 

 
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  • But the thing about ghosts, see, is they never quite go away. (We Need No Words)
  • But the thing about ghosts, see, is they never quite go away. (We Need No Words)
  • ... does the hard work of redemption in the darkest of modes. (Aquarium Drunkard)
  • ... does the hard work of redemption in the darkest of modes. (Aquarium Drunkard)
  • ... an abiding respect for music's capacity to bind people together. (The Wire)
  • ... an abiding respect for music's capacity to bind people together. (The Wire)
  • ... a conjoined incantation (Tiny Mix Tapes)
  • ... a conjoined incantation (Tiny Mix Tapes)
  • Even for backwoods Virginia, "Out Canning Factory Road" qualifies as otherworldly. (Bluesrag)
  • ... an intimate, bare-bones sound ... (Norman Records)
  • ... an intimate, bare-bones sound ... (Norman Records)
  • Any twists and turns through the moonlit, blurred landscape are unexpected, and yet entirely natural. (Frontier Psychiatrist)
  • Any twists and turns through the moonlit, blurred landscape are unexpected, and yet entirely natural. (Frontier Psychiatrist)
  • Tufts of nervous notes stretch into graceful, ascendant latticework; by the end, the song is practically skipping ... (Pitchfork)
  • Tufts of nervous notes stretch into graceful, ascendant latticework; by the end, the song is practically skipping ... (Pitchfork)
  • a holy amalgam ... (Tiny Mix Tapes)
  • a holy amalgam ... (Tiny Mix Tapes)
  • Necessary late night listening ... (Raven Sings the Blues)
  • Necessary late night listening ... (Raven Sings the Blues)
  • ... if you play it at night, be sure to pour a nightcap for the friendly ghosts that it'll draw. (The Wire)
  • ... if you play it at night, be sure to pour a nightcap for the friendly ghosts that it'll draw. (The Wire)
  • ... this is more than good ... It's the sound to hear when the dark draws in and the mood to dance picks up (Freq)
  • ... this is more than good ... It's the sound to hear when the dark draws in and the mood to dance picks up (Freq)
  • ... this is more than good ... It's the sound to hear when the dark draws in and the mood to dance picks up (Freq)
  • We've waited 20 years ... but no one could have expected a better one (Pitchfork)
  • We've waited 20 years ... but no one could have expected a better one (Pitchfork)
  • It vibrates your core more than it enters your ears. ... Things get pretty heavy, but there's an openness throughout. (The Wire)
  • It vibrates your core more than it enters your ears. ... Things get pretty heavy, but there's an openness throughout. (The Wire)
  • This is music to feel and use ... (Dusted)
  • This is music to feel and use ... (Dusted)
  • ... a heavy devotional/early music edge and a bucketful of haunted folk laments. (Volcanic Tongue)
  • ... a heavy devotional/early music edge and a bucketful of haunted folk laments. (Volcanic Tongue)
  • ... evocative of varied feelings: from wistful to raucous to jubilant. (Late Ramble)
  • ... evocative of varied feelings: from wistful to raucous to jubilant. (Late Ramble)