epicotyl /ˌɛpɪˈkɒtɪl/ noun Botany
plural noun: epicotyls
1. the stem of a seedling or embryo located between the cotyledons and the first true leaves.
"It is a fierce album. It is also terribly abstract. At some points, it almost feels as if the unconventional has fallen apart and been reassembled into something else again. Holding the thread is this amazing voice that makes what could be inscrutable, into something that is accessible. It’s not an easy line to walk, but Portia does it." - blog.smudgeon. full review here
"This is one of those albums that you're going to listen to and think about afterwards because you knew that these things were possible with music because they've been done before but they've never been done this way... this is a pure work of genius and one of the best albums I have heard in a very long time." -Joshua Macala, Raised by Gypsies. full review here.
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