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Alrihkh
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Alrihkh A very pleasant and calming listen suitable for an extended interlude of introspection. Lean back against a deeply-gnarled trunk of an old-growth tree—wherever your private sanctuary be—and let your spirit breathe deep of the magical scent of petrichor. Untether your mind from the disruptive hum of society and the subtle poison of its invasive grapevine. I recommend this music for such endeavours. Thanks, AIR!
7.5+/10. Favorite track: Holding (feat. Leona Gray).
Marianne R.
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Marianne R. shivers and shivers...absolute beauty. Favorite track: Monsters (feat. Leona Gray).
Gary McCluskey
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Gary McCluskey It's a masterpiece. Favorite track: Heirs of Ineptune.
Mubla Na Thguob
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Mubla Na Thguob Yeah my sleeve arrived damaged. Thanks US Postal service. 2nd damaged package in a row.
Tim Bariss
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Tim Bariss Awesome album, best one yet. Feels very special to have this one on vinyl.....best track is probably "holding" but really could be any of them.....
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Space between us This life this life As monsters And I come up And you come down And you come up And I go down Space between us Oooh Space between us This life this life As us And I come in And you go out And you come in And I go, I go out Space between us
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Soft start Clear heart Apart from you And all you have to offer me This is a farce Here I am Falling On my own I’m holding Holding Holding The bones Of us grow and break Apart from Shadows No more Should I stand with you But here I am I am holding Holding Holding Soft start Clear heart Apart from you And all you have to offer me This is a farce Here I am Falling On my own I’m holding Holding Holding Holding
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Sonda IV 04:23

about

Welcome to our new album! Back on board for this album is long time bass player Mark Wendt with guests Leona Gray, Steve Kilbey and 'Evil' Graham Lee. The front cover art by David A Hardy was originally created for Pink Floyd 'Eclipse' in 1973, later to be titled 'Dark Side of the Moon' but ultimately lost out to the famous prism art.

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credits

released June 1, 2018

Songs: Martin Kennedy with Mark Wendt and Leona Gray.
Guitars & synths: Martin Kennedy.
Bass: Mark Wendt and piano on Sonda IV.
Drums: Chris Brush.
Vocals and lyrics on Monsters and Holding: Leona Gray.
Spoken words on Eurydice in Scarlet by Steve Kilbey.
Pedal steel on Vega by Graham Lee

Front cover art by David A Hardy Originally created for Pink Floyd 'Eclipse' in 1973, later to be titled 'Dark Side of the Moon'. Used with permission.

Mastered by Simon Polinski.
Thanks to Hilary, Cathrin Machin, David A Hardy

Super-Pledgers:

David Whiting, John Gilligan Spellman, Sergey Koptev, Jorel Decker - Hollywood Undead, Radionotes, Andrew Klekociuk, Denise de la Vaux, Euan Troup, Ventsislav Zhechev, Matt Carrall, Steve Devery, Alexander 'Wonko The Sane' Deseniss, Terry L. Walters

Pledgers who named songs:

Frederick Brennan - Heirs of Ineptune, Mychael Dylan Brenk - Eurydice in Scarlet, Alexander Deseniss - Theo’s Sunlight Dream, Jeanne M Onuska - Anja's Eternal Light, Kraig Harms - Vega, Andy Kelk - Sonda IV

This album was made possible with the kind help of Steve Devery.

Thank you all!

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Retro future ambient space rock. Cues from early 70s Pink Floyd, Tangerine Dream, DJ Shadow, Brian Eno, Michael Stearns.

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