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August 1, 2022
Kabir Sehgal, Amaan Ali Bangash, Ayaan Ali Bangash – Sand and Foam: Music Inspired by Kahlil Gibran
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On July 29, the record 'Sand and Foam: Music Inspired by Kahlil Gibran' was released, in which famous musicians Kabir Sehgal, Amaan Ali Bangash, Ayaan Ali Bangash who play in the style of World Music and traditional folk took part. The collective is based in New York, where their enchanting musical motives are born.
apocalypse l8er – You can finally see the end / Looking down
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The band apocalypse l8er based in Minneapolis, where they write, record and perform their own unique music. Their new release is a double single consisting of two short tracks.
GURLIK – Time Box
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American musician multi-instrumentalist GURLIK released his debut album called 'Time Box'. The album was completely written and recorded by GURLIK, so it perfectly reveals the producer and composer talent of the author.
Venustra – Hopping The Train
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'Hopping The Train' is the name of a new track from the upcoming EP of the Texas band Venustra. This song is a continuation of the fantastic story about the theft of a magical amulet, with the help of which the events in the presented plot change where the main character received a test of fate, through which he must pass.
Conor Alexander – The Magnetic People
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British multi-instrumentalist Conor Alexander released his debut album 'The Magnetic People' on July 17. The record includes 10 original tracks that reveal the most diverse themes of finding love and keeping it.
Seafarers – II
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Saxophonist Matthew Herd founded the band Seafarers in London in 2018. Their first album received rave reviews from critics from around the world, and now we have their second album called 'II', on which they continue their creative searches and experiments with the styles of indie and folk music.