Dark Matter Halos | You'll Never Walk Alone

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You'll Never Walk Alone

by Dark Matter Halos

Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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1. You'll Never Walk Alone
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2. Minds Are Working Overtime
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3. Hear the Guns (Alternate Acoustic Mix)
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4. Ten Lifetimes
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5. She's a Believer
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6. Sweet Little Satellite
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Album Notes
Dark Matter Halos was cooked-up in 2005 as a one-off live experiment with the assistance of a multiplicity of friends. The hub of this endeavor - Sarah Cravens on bass, Susan Morris on keyboards, violin, and vocals, and Todd Cravens on guitar and vocals - had such a blast playing together that they decided to turn it into a ceremonial creative collaboration; concentrating more on the creative facet and less on live presentation.

Enter former Young Lords drummer, Jeff Lee - who moved to Indy from Chicago in 2007 and joined up. With that, the chemistry is complete, and Dark Matter Halos are taking the music to the streets.

Stationed on the shoulders of giants such as the Birthday Party, Royal Trux, Morphine, These Immortal Souls, Black Sabbath, Iggy and the Stooges, The Cure, Syd Barrett, PJ Harvey, and too many others to extrapolate, Dark Matter Halos’ approach is based on filtering the infinite creative possibilities that rock ‘n’ roll provides through the unique chemistry that the band has developed over the years.


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