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Split Skies and Monsoons

by Go to Stereo

Combining lush harmonies along with hallucinogenic arrangements, ripping guitar, and thick walls of spectral and alluring accordance, Go to Stereo attacks the limbic system with complex and gratifying atmospheres.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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1. Enough
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2. Someday Honey
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3. The Sun and the Moon
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4. Mountain Dreams
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5. Disrupt and Decay
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6. Vultures
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7. Beverly
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8. Wake Up
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9. The Wealth
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10. Nonchalant
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11. Runaway
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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A collective imagining of the dreams survived by Daniel Furman, Nico Aguilar, Jason Rodriguez, and Julias Thompson. A small group dedicated to the endless pursuit of large and inspiring sound. Formed in early 2010, the group began as a three member recording project. Unable to play shows because of a lacking puzzle piece, the band remained bound to the studio until they found Julias in January 2012. They began playing shows within a month's time and started recording their debut album in September of that year. With an ear for lush harmonies and thick walls of spectral and alluring accordance, Go to Stereo attacks the limbic system with complex and pleasing atmospheres while never fearing to venture into more aggressive musical territories.


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