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8x8 (Eight by Eight)

8x8 (Eight by Eight)
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8x8 (Eight by Eight) is the remote collaboration between American Lane Steinberg (bass, vocals, guitar), based in New York City, and Alex Khodchenko (keyboards, guitar, bass), based in Kiev, Ukraine.
Website
http://eightbyeight.bandcamp.com
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Releases on file (3)
8x8 — Inflorescence 8x8 — Inflorescence
(Sugarbush Records SB030, 2016/2017, LP)
8x8 — Azalea's Room 8x8 — Azalea's Room
(Sugarbush Records SB020, 2013/2016, LP)
8x8 — The Anatomy of an Apricot 8x8 — The Anatomy of an Apricot
(Bandcamp no#, 2011, DL)

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