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Evacuate the Earth

Evacuate the Earth
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United States
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Longtime collaborators Erin Brophy (reeds, percussion, vocals), Daniel Kern (bass, theremin), and Darrin Wolf (drums) formed Evacuate the Earth in 2011 to warn residents of this planet that destruction is immanent and there is only one hope for survival: listening to a trio with no guitar.
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http://www.evacuatetheearth.net
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Evacuate the Earth — Evacuate the Earth Evacuate the Earth — Evacuate the Earth
(Bandcamp no#, 2017, CD)
Evacuate the Earth — This Is Not a Test Evacuate the Earth — This Is Not a Test
(Bandcamp no#, 2013, CD)

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2019-06-05
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2019-04-24
Help MoonJune Bring Great Music to Life – Like many music lovers around the world, we’ve been thrilled and amazed to hear the recordings that have been released by MoonJune from sessions at La Casa Murada in Spain. Such label stalwarts as Mark Wingfield, Markus Reuter, Asaf Sirkis, Tony Levin, Dusan Jevtovic, Vasil Hadzimanov, and many more have gathered in various combinations at the studio to produce some of the most creative music in recent years. Now, label head Leonardo Pavkovic is offering a compilation, La Casa Murada - MoonJune Sessions, Volume One, as a fundraiser for upcoming sessions. » Read more

2019-04-10
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2019-03-25
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2019-03-20
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