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Geometric Patterns and Psychedelic Grooves

Japan's 幾何学模様 name translates as "Geometric Patterns." Not sure what it has to do with this video, but it's true. This tune is from their 2014 album called Forest of Lost Children.

by Jon Davis, Published 2018-09-12


Filed under: Video

Related artist(s): Kikagaku Moyo

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