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Soriah

Soriah
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Soriah (aka Enrique Ugalde of Portland, Oregon) is an avant-garde musician who blends throat singing and other exotic techniques into his music.
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Releases on file (3)
The Sevens Collective — A Too Much Divided Heart The Sevens Collective — A Too Much Divided Heart
(Beta-lactam Ring mt261, 2014, CD)
Various Artists — Possibilities of Circumstance Various Artists — Possibilities of Circumstance
(Projekt 295, 2013, CD)
Soriah — Ofrendas de Luz a los Muertos Soriah — Ofrendas de Luz a los Muertos
(Beta-lactam Ring mt156, 2007, CD)

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