New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Released as a digital download and on double vinyl through Austin Signal Vinyl on Demand, 'Miss Anthropocene' is a sprawling dystopian musical encompassing parts of an imaginary, eponymous production, loosely cast in four acts that serve to represent a seasonal epoch.
ÄIÖ Soundings is a small label out of Washington state.
ÄIÖ Soundings AIO-023
All Songs by Susurrus Station
"Few bands can transport so completely as these folks. I don't have any idea how this album tripped its way into our relatively static universe, but I'm sure glad I got a taste."
Jon Worley A&A
"Susurrus Station leads a fantastic excursion into the underbelly and cold conscious of the modern mid-west."
Willsk, Leicester Bangs
"I'm proud to say that it's great...The production is airy, wide open in the right places, with a few lush left field excursions that keep it interesting."
Jess Gulbranson, crappyindiemusic.com
"Breeden and Johanne bring to the table a phenomenal display of culture and expansive instrumental talent that makes Susurrus Station and its songs almost mind-boggling."
"Susurrus Station's avant-folk is mighty pretentious...on the other hand, the group's busy orchestrations set a haunting mood."
Time Out New York
"Multi-instrumentalists and vocalist, both, Breeden and Johanne mix styles and sounds in unusual and surprising ways to create some of the edgiest and darkness Avant-Folk in the business today."
"These songs blow by like some sort of gothic western, with all sorts of noises whistling by in the background"
Aiding & Abetting
"Susurrus Station makes strange minimalist desert noir music".
Mastan Music, Portland
"...a transcendantly beautiful and strange band called Susurrus Station. Identifiable strata of exotica, cowboy music, avant-folk, Kurt Weill, showtunes, post-jazz again, spy-fi, and very gentle noise can be detected in the sedimentary layers of an undiscovered stylistic planet."
Noah Mickelsen, Portland
"Susurrus Station are a haunting US outfit who mix gothic melodrama, orchestral jazz improv, experimental sound collage and a healthy dose of poetic lyrical license..."