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Alwanzatar (Kristoffer Momrak)

Alwanzatar (Kristoffer Momrak)
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Norway
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Alwanzatar is a musical project of Norwegian multi-instrumentalist Kristoffer "Krizla" Momrak, who is also involved with the band Tusmørke.
Website
http://alwanzatar.bandcamp.com
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Releases on file (8)
Tusmørke — Fjernsyn i Farver Tusmørke — Fjernsyn i Farver
(Karisma KAR142, 2018, CD)
Tusmørke — Bydyra Tusmørke — Bydyra
(Karisma KAR132, 2017, CD)
Alwanzatar — Heliotropiske Reiser Alwanzatar — Heliotropiske Reiser
(Apollon Records ARP007CD, 2017, CD)
Tusmørke — Hinsides Tusmørke — Hinsides
(Svart SVR089, 2017, CD)
Tusmørke — Ført Bak Lyset Tusmørke — Ført Bak Lyset
(Svart SVR401, 2016, CD)
Tusmørke vs Spectral Haze — Elektriske Skrekkøgler og Forhistoriske Framtidsfabler Tusmørke vs Spectral Haze — Elektriske Skrekkøgler og Forhistoriske Framtidsfabler
(Duplicate DUPLO 60 LP, 2015, LP)
Tusmørke — Riset Bak Speilet Tusmørke — Riset Bak Speilet
(Svart SVR270, 2014, CD)
Tusmørke — Underjordisk Tusmørke Tusmørke — Underjordisk Tusmørke
(Termo TERMOCD 011, 2012, CD)

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