Mipso Keep Time on Their Side As a String Band on the Run

Much like life, time is precious for the North Carolina-based string-band quartet known as Mipso, especially in the age of a deadly virus pandemic. The group, whose birth as a trio of male graduates from UNC was stamped in 2013 with the delivery of Dark Holler Pop, made three more albums before working on this self-titled debut for Rounder Records. (PopMatters)


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Mipso Keep Time on Their Side As a String Band on the Run

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