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"Cymbals at Dawn" — Invitation to a Duel?

After Dinner had their own twist on music, blending theatrical presentation, unusual instrumentation, and just plain quirkiness. And on top of that, the extraordinary singing of Haco.

by Jon Davis, Published 2016-03-22


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Related artist(s): Haco, After Dinner

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Øresund Space Collective - It's All About Delay – The ØSC web site states “totally improvised space rock!” That was quite evident on their debut release reviewed in Issue #34. A lot of “water has passed under the bridge” since then (10 CDRs...  (2008) » Read more

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