World to Come

by Metamusic

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Nick Suda
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Nick Suda These guys got my attention with a little bit of correspondence on SoundCloud. The mix is very muddy and dark, but I like their sound. It manages to skirt the edge of sounding Mute Math-y without coming off as derivative.

I'm always down for checking out more examples in which indie rock and electronic music have converged, and this is a novel one. Favorite track: Northwest Skyline.
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Recorded by David Woodhead.
Mastered by Chris Pawlusek.
Additional Engineering by Sam Caddick.
Artwork by Lisa von Billerbeck.

(c) Metamusic 2011
(p) Superstar Destroyer Records 2011

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released April 4, 2011

Chris Kennedy: Guitar and Vocals
Philip Morris: Bass and Lyrics
Neil Donachie: Keys
Steve 'Non-Stop-Smooth' Maloy: Drums

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Taking on the Galactic Empire one release at a time since 2010.

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