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Closer to Carbon II

by Closer to Carbon

The soundscore for the film that they will someday make about your life.
Genre: Electronic: Virtual Orchestra
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1. Odessa Steps Incident Part IV
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2. Tiny + the Albatross
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3. Greyhound Green
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4. How Do I Know Where I Am?
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5. Mim Kate Mim
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6. Odessa Steps Incident Parts I & II
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7. Requiem For Egimen Wronks
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8. Mescalin Hat Dance
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9. Slowly Losing The Pillow
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Three years in the making, Closer to Carbon II further refines the genre of scores for unmade films - born with their critically acclaimed debut release. Featuring nine new compositions for spike fiddle, cello, double bass, clarinet, percussion, business shoes, & toothbrush.

"...The instrumental group's sound is skronky, technical, and sometimes atonal, and gives an impression of forward movement, of things happening..."
-Hiya Swanhuyser, SF Weekly

we call it the sound of three hands applauding.


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