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Trappist Afterland

Trappist Afterland
Country
Australia
Profile
Trappist Afterland is a psychedelic folk project formed in 2010 by songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Adam Cole (oud, guitar, lute, tanpura, bodhran, vocals). In addition to solo efforts, Cole is also joined by Phil Coyle (tabla, frame drum, vocals), Nicholas Albanis (bell citern, hammered dulcimer, bowed psaltery), and Lachie Henderson (acoustic guitar).
Website
http://trappistafterland.bandcamp.com
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Releases on file (8)
Trappist Afterland — Insects in Amber Trappist Afterland — Insects in Amber
(Bandcamp no#, 2019, CD / DL)
Trappist Afterland & Moongazing Hare — Songs for Nathan Trappist Afterland & Moongazing Hare — Songs for Nathan
(Sugarbush Records SB051, 2018, LP)
Trappist Afterland — God's Good Earth Trappist Afterland — God's Good Earth
(Sunstone SSLP1007, 2016, LP)
Trappist Afterland — Afterlander Trappist Afterland — Afterlander
(Sugarbush Records SB042, 2015/2017, LP)
Trappist Afterland — The Five Wounds of Francis Minor Trappist Afterland — The Five Wounds of Francis Minor
(Bandcamp no#, 2013, CD)
Trappist Afterland — Like a Beehive, the Hill Was Alive Trappist Afterland — Like a Beehive, the Hill Was Alive
(Bandcamp no#, 2013, CD)
Trappist Afterland — Burrowing to Light in the Land of Nod Trappist Afterland — Burrowing to Light in the Land of Nod
(Sugarbush Records SB046, 2012/2018, LP)
Trappist Afterland — The Round Dance of the Cross Trappist Afterland — The Round Dance of the Cross
(Sugarbush Records SB045, 2012/2018, LP)

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