The music of Gabrielle Roth & The Mirrors is loosely structured rhythm rides, deeply centered around percussion in all its forms. The band doesn’t use percussion to drive music; it uses music to dress up the percussion.

Back in the day (late ‘70’s – early ‘80’s), before it became a seminal influence in the creation of the ambient music genre, Gabrielle Roth & The Mirrors was making “regular” music, a blend of early ‘80s rock and tribal chanting — songs with lyrics, verses, choruses – more traditional music.

This album is a re-release of some of these early songs, which were part of a cassette called PRAY BODY. Like messengers from a bygone era, the energy in these songs rings as clearly as ever, and Gabrielle’s lyrics are as relevant today as they were in those days of yore.

SOURCE: Official Bio

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