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Dream Time on the Lunar Cape

The Russian band Мыс Луны is known as Lunar Cape in English, and this track, Царство сна, is called "The Realm of Sleep." It's a nicely developing instrumental track that blends space rock with dreamy post-rock sounds.

by Jon Davis, Published 2017-03-15


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