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Zhaoze - The Youngster Fishes for Stars Live

Zhaoze is one of very few bands that attempt fusing traditional Chinese instruments into modern music, in this case, anthemic Post Rock. This is a track originally from their 2010 album Cang Lang Xing.

by Jon Davis, Published 2014-06-30


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Related artist(s): Zhaoze (Swamp)

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