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Spectrum Orchestrum

Spectrum Orchestrum
Country
France
Profile
Spectrum Orchestrum is a five-piece improvisational collective from Lille, France, featuring guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, and saxes.
Website
http://spectrumorchestrum.bandcamp.com/
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Releases on file (2)
Spectrum Orchestrum — It's About Time Spectrum Orchestrum — It's About Time
(Atypeek Music, 2018, CD)
Spectrum Orchestrum — Suburbs Spectrum Orchestrum — Suburbs
((Not on label) (no catalog #), 2014, CD)

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