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  • Summary: The 10th full-length solo studio release for the Throwing Muses singer is her first on the Fire Records label.
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  1. Oct 11, 2018
    It all amounts to Hersh’s harshest offering in sometime, but it’s also the sound of an artist rejuvenated and inspired.
  2. Oct 8, 2018
    Possible Dust Clouds finds Kristin Hersh as artistically curious and inventive as ever. Committed to avoiding easy choices musically and lyrically, she remains intent on exploring the murky complexities of the mind and continuing to make the best work of her career. She is an artist that’s always evolving, and yet again the results are often dazzling and always fantastically bewildering.
  3. Q Magazine
    Oct 4, 2018
    It's a stunning, stealthy, faintly malevolent collection of songs that serve as a reminder of this songwriter's power and innovation. [Nov 2018, p.106]
  4. The Wire
    Oct 9, 2018
    If there’s fun in her music, it’s somewhere between the anaesthetising effect of especially her more electric noises and the ecstatic release in her vocal, both too honest to be anything else but awkward. Fundamentally sociopathic. [Nov 2018, p.55]
  5. Classic Rock Magazine
    Oct 4, 2018
    After 30 years behind the mic, Hersh's vocals have gained extra grit and lost none of their eerie magic. [Oct 2018, p.89]
  6. Uncut
    Oct 4, 2018
    Notably louder than Hersh's other solo records, if it evokes anything else in her canon it's throwing Muses' furious, fabulous 1992 album Red Heaven, "Loud Mouth" and "LAX" being especially elemental eruptions. [Nov 2018, p.30]
  7. Mojo
    Oct 4, 2018
    The "dark sunshine" sound Hersh says she's courting is sometimes a little alienating but there are some fine melodies beneath the rubble. [Nov 2018, p.86]

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