Audra Lynne Kubat

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An enrapturing storyteller, Audra Lynne Kubat (of Stunning Amazon) offers a present-tense history lesson in her solo work, intertwining fantasy with reality all the while. Shadowed and ruggedly beautiful, her knowing voice fades into wind whipping across an empty beach and seeps through cracks in the pavement of an abandoned city. Aggressive yet subdued guitar strums offer a sturdy backbone. Overall, an empowering and humbling experience to behold.

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