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Midday Veil - Great Cold of the Night video

Seattle's Midday Veil are getting noticed all over the place, which is quite an accomplishment for a band that counts Stockhausen among their influences and has been known to cover Amon Düül II. They have a new, trancey take on psychedelic space rock. It's avant-space-rock with lingerie.

by Jon Davis, Published 2014-01-23


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