Mariee Sioux Curated by Phil Elverum Friday Although Mairee Sioux grew up with no musical ambition, music came to be the best vessel to fill a cultural void filled by severed connections to her Polish, Hungarian and Native American ancestry. She learned guitar at the age of eighteen, while volunteering at a school for Mapuche children in Patagonia, Argentina, and soon she was badgered by friends to begin releasing the music she wrote. Her latest full-length album, 2019’s ‘Grief in Exile’, was made to ‘entice the sacred work of grief back into our lives from the exile American society has placed it in’. Unable to show videos. Please click here to accept cookies and enable embedding of videos. back to line-up Bandcamp Unable to embed. Please click here to accept cookies and enable playing of music.