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Zero Times Everything
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Zero Times Everything is an audio-visual creative team consisting of Richard Sylvarnes (Kaoss Pads, loops, synths, rhythms, guitars, vocals), Pietro Russino (guitars, loops, violin), and Tony Geballe (guitars, synths, loops).
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Zero Times Everything — Sonic Cinema Zero Times Everything — Sonic Cinema
(7d Media 7D1711, 2017, CD)

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