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Rachel Rising | Live on At Water's Edge

by Rebekkah Hilgraves and Joe McMahon

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[RECORDED LIVE] Using his recent release, “Emblem” (, as the basis, ambient composer and artist Joe McMahon provides electronic atmospheres to a live reading of the poetry cycle “Rachel Rising”, along with other vocal improvisations provided by host Rebekkah Hilgraves.

The poetry cycle (found in its entirety at came in the creative aftermath of a violent and bizarre domestic situation, but is much more than one person’s simple catharsis. It stands as allegory for anyone who has been through a “dark night of the soul”, whatever one’s faith might be — or not. It is a struggle of dark and light, of violence and peace, of restraint and freedom. In other words, the human experience. There is an infinite number of ways that such a journey can be expressed.


released March 8, 2013

Rebekkah Hilgraves: poet, narrator
Joe McMahon ( laptop, iPad, iPhone, Scape and other iOS apps, processors.

Broadcast live on 8 March 2013 on At Water's Edge (
Recorded and produced for release at RadHaus (

Full story and poetry cycle available at




Rebekkah Hilgraves Asheville, North Carolina

Rebekkah Hilgraves was born in Washington, D.C. and now makes her home in Los Angeles. She began training seriously for a vocal career at an early age. She also began broadcasting at WNIU in DeKalb, continuing in broadcasting, commercial and industrial voice-over work in several major markets in the years since. Currently she hosts a weekly program on called The Edges of Dreaming. ... more

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