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Kim Seviour Dives into a "Chiasma"

The word "chiasma" has a couple of different meanings in science, and also is the name of a band from Indianapolis (isn't Google helpful?), but it's also the name of a song off of singer Kim Seviour's debut album, and this is the very sparkly video for it.

by Jon Davis, Published 2017-05-24


Filed under: Video

Related artist(s): Kim (Elkie) Seviour

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