I like this song. It is well recorded and performed. The
female voice is pleasant. There are shades in the begin-
ning of my dreaded cat people, but quickly this is reso-
lved into a mellifluous voice all the singer’s own.
Opa Loka is probably my favorite song. When I listen to
it I hallucinate wolves breathing to the rhythm across
snow laden fields at dawn. A very profound image, to me.
Some of my best friends are dead dogs. I appreciate th-
is song has the animal huffing sound buried in it.
The theme itself, the huntress and the hound, is plea-
sant and brings to mind the great hunt and green lang-
uage. The hound, the dog, associated with Sirius. Ori-
on, the Hunter/Huntress, trailed closely by a faithful
I have 96 recordings to listen through and after this
track is Gambit. Gambit is the opposite of this track.
I don’t like the idea of toxic masculinity, but compa-
red to this track it is what comes to mind.
Druidic also comes to mind. This would probably go we-
ll with Healers Co.
This album was originally released in 2018 but was put on bandcamp within the past few months