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The Light Comes Black

Label: Urban Waves Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Descending; A Long Time of Darkness; Mighty Cold; Ascending; See The Sun Rise; Reinvigoration; First BBQ; Midnight Sun;

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See the sun rise

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Label: Urban Waves Records
Released: 2020
Duration: 04:09

Transcending the Sum

Label: Urban Waves Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Onesemble theme; Similar shapes; Turn the world around; Sun come out; Autumn bloom; Spring river; Eastern infection; Transcending the sum.

Organized

Label: Urban Waves Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: About Time; Cutting Room; Cyan; Dreamulator; Fresh; Rodavlas

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Rodavlas

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Label: Urban Waves Records
Released: 2019
Duration: 07:47

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Organic pulse ensemble: Transcending the Sum

Read "Transcending the Sum" reviewed by Chris May

The name Organic Pulse Ensemble suggests a largish line-up, but Transcending The Sum is actually the creation of just one musician, multi-instrumentalist Gustav Horneij. Horneij does, however, definitely transcend the sum of that unitary part, overdubbing away to recreate a six, seven or eight piece band, with front line, rhythm section and all. As the cover ...

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Autumn bloom

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Label: Urban Waves Records
Released: 2019
Duration: 04:04

Strange But Not Entirely Unattractive

Label: Urban Waves Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Bottle Up, Balthazar; Lullaby For Little Krampus; Not All There; Tipping Point; Mountains Of The Moon; Gestures Of Our Younger Selves; Mutual Tongue; Bats In The Belfry (Get The Hell Out).

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Blameful Isles: Strange But Not Entirely Unattractive

Read "Strange But Not Entirely Unattractive" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Essentially a one-man-band based in Sweden, Blameful Isles is one of many artists who are actively rediscovering and re-processing the sounds of the early jazz-rock movement of the 1970s. Overall, the ongoing re-vitalization of jazz-rock and fusion has been a really good thing. For audiences of a certain age, the mere sound of a real Fender ...


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