Coma Stereo - Binary Endings

2009-02-17 16:46:03 UTC
Coma Stereo was founded in 2004 in Maribor, Slovenia. The members of the band are Tomaž Kurež (vocals, guitar), Domen Repnik (drums), Sašo Stamatovski (synths and sequencer) and Marko Širec (bass). The music can be described as a dark blend of live electronica/ambiental and guitar driven songs with heavy bass, with inspiration from older science fiction movies and books. The band is currently working on the follow up to last year’s debut Binary Endings, set to be recorded in the second half of July 2008 at Kramasonik Studios in Zagreb, Croatia with Hrvoje Nikšić as producer. Artist - Coma Stereo Album - Binary Endings Release Date - 2007 Genre - Instrumental, Experimental, Post-rock Tracklist 1 Sleep invaders 2 Teletransportation 3 Ghostly 4 Obsessions and a tulip 5 I can programme myself whenever I want to ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Coma Stereo - Binary Endings Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Recommendations: Sweek Sigur Rós Adelaide - Adelaide 8mm Sky - Finders Keepers Foxhole - We The Wintering Tree ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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