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by Toast

A mathematical mind expanse
Genre: Rock: Math Rock
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1. Introduction
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2. Fellatio
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3. Easy E
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4. Genesis
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5. God Made Television for a Reason, Pt.1
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6. God Made Television for a Reason, Pt.2
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"This EP is instrumental, it’s math-rock, it’s alternative, it’s frantic, it’s instruments weaving in and out of each other at breakneck speeds, it’s instruments dropping to a slower pace and letting you ride a wave of emotion, feelings, and effects... This is music that conjures emotions and feelings."
- Holt Brasher / Johnny Ringo Reviews

"These LA bred Math Rocktionists tear through a solid EP of incredibly labyrinthine gems. You may have seen or will be seeing these guys pop up the reason being because this is some clean math no filler." - Plenty of Swords

"[ TOAST ] specialize in instrumental rock that vibrates and glimmers around you, then bears its teeth while your mind is in a chaotic state. Those guys knows best on how to retain a harmonic core. The bass and the guitar work in telepathic partnership, complimenting each other even when the songs are at its most complex height." - TheSirensSound


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