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Incandescent Sky

Incandescent Sky
Country
United States
Profile
Incandescent Sky (ISky for short) is a Providence, Rhode Island four-piece known for improvised instrumental rock.
Website
http://www.incandescentsky.com
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Releases on file (4)
Incandescent Sky — Four Faradays in a Cage Incandescent Sky — Four Faradays in a Cage
(Noisynoise NN-IS-004, 2010, CD)
Incandescent Sky — Paths and Angles Incandescent Sky — Paths and Angles
(Noisynoise NN-IS-003, 2006, CD)
Incandescent Sky — Glorious Stereo Incandescent Sky — Glorious Stereo
(Noisynoise NN-IS-002, 2003, CD)
Incandescent Sky — Radiate Incandescent Sky — Radiate
(Noisynoise NN-IS-001, 2001, CD)

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