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Alpine Decline

Alpine Decline
Country
United States
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Post-punk duo formed in Los Angeles by Jonathan Zeitlin and Pauline Mu, who released their self-titled debut in 2010. They have subsequently traveled extensively in China and Tibet, absorbing moods and ideas, released several more albums, and relocated from LA to Beijing.
Website
http://alpinedecline.com
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Releases on file (7)
Alpine Decline — Ink Alpine Decline — Ink
(Laitdbac Lait-LP-005, 2016, LP)
Alpine Decline — Life's a Gasp Alpine Decline — Life's a Gasp
(Maybe Mars Maybe 66.2, 2015, CD)
Alpine Decline — Go Big Shadow City Alpine Decline — Go Big Shadow City
(Tenzenmen 156tzm, 2014, CD)
Alpine Decline — Night of the Long Knives Alpine Decline — Night of the Long Knives
(Tenzenmen 155tzm, 2013, CD)
Alpine Decline — Disappearance Alpine Decline — Disappearance
(Tenzenmen 152tzm, 2011/2013, CD)
Alpine Decline — Alpine Decline Alpine Decline — Alpine Decline
(Tenzenmen 145tzm, 2010/2013, CD)
Alpine Decline — Visualizations Alpine Decline — Visualizations
(Tenzenmen 149tzm, 2010/2013, CD)

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