Nora Brown in The New Yorker

“Brown is a charmed product of artisanal Brooklyn: her album “Sidetrack My Engine,” released last year, was recorded in her parents’ cheese-fermentation cave. At seventeen, the banjoist is already onto LP No. 3: “Long Time to Be Gone,” a disarming collection of traditional laments and exquisite banjo instrumentals which she recorded in the palatial St. Ann’s Church.” – Jay Ruttenberg, The New Yorker

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