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Zubatto Syndicate - Igneous Carapace live

Here's a live tune from Seattle's progressive jazz-rock big band, Zubatto Syndicate.

by Jon Davis, Published 2013-11-20


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Related artist(s): James DeJoie, Zubatto Syndicate

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