Mimi Goese and Ben Neill's Songs for Persephone is available now

SONGS FOR PERSEPHONE AVAILABLE NOW IN MULTIPLE FORMATS

Posted on | November 4, 2011| No Comments

Songs for Persephone is available now in different formats on Ramseur Records! Limited Edition Art Boxes and an Interactive Memory Box that include extra music and video can be purchased below. In addition, artist Simon Draper and his artist collective Habitat for Artists are creating unique limited edition artwork packages inspired by the music from Songs for Persephone. Each work is a unique response by an artist to the music. Download versions and CDs are also available. You can find our music on ITunes, Amazon, EMusic and Spotify


The Interactive Memory Box includes the CD, extra music/video downloads and future updates. By an interactive process, each Art Box will be made for you personally by Mimi Goese, incorporating your story with the story from the song “A Lovely Goodbye.”

Unique art box package by HFA artist Richard Bruce


Unique art box package by HFA artists Jane2

Unique art box package by HFA artist Carol Flaitz


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    "The hypnotic score by Ben Neill and Mimi Goese is a romantic swell of symphonic brass and percussion that rises and falls like an unstoppable tidal wave." - Variety


    "Abstract, hexagonal, world-beat songs…If Baz Luhrmann and Laurie Anderson got stoned listening to late-night college-radio electro-pop, Persephone is what they’d hallucinate." - NY Magazine


    "At its bewitching best the production evokes a French neoclassical painting that has magically bloomed into three dimensions…shimmery electro-pop songs sung by Ms. Goese in a throaty voice that recalls Kate Bush and a number of other alt-radio goddesses." NY Times


    "A multimedia musical extrav-o-rama…like Moulin Rouge with a soundtrack by Cocteau Twins or Dead Can Dance." - Culturebot


    "A raucous orchestra of romantic 19th-century-born instruments swells and deflates…symphonic sounds with rock and trip-hop elements." - NY Press

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