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Lunar Cape
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Lunar Cape (Мыс Луны) is an instrumental band based in Moscow originally made up of Nikolay "Electro-Nick" Petrovsky (guitar, harmonica, alto recorder), Olga Scotland (flute, mandolin, alto recorder, sopranino recorder), Paul "SadFat" Bulak (keyboards, guitar, sound effects), Andrey Shashkov (bass guitar, basso recorder), Ilya Myasin (keyboards, recorder), and Mikhail Zolotarev (drums). The band has since reduced to Scotland, Shashkov, and Roman Smirnov (guitar, ocarina).
Website
http://lunar-cape.ru
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (2)
Lunar Cape — Lunar Folk Tales Lunar Cape — Lunar Folk Tales
(ArtBeat, 2019, 3CD / DL)
Lunar Cape — Just Lunatics Lunar Cape — Just Lunatics
(Bandcamp ArtBeat, 2015, DL)

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2020-03-24
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2020-03-17
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2020-03-06
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2020-02-18
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