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2010-05-10 10:39:25 UTC
~~~~~~~ ( And here goes another extremely good listen from Argentina. Very difficult to source informations on Dietrich and if you do come across any then it's either in or another language as oppose to English. My apology here for the lack of info but you can take my word on it. Super listen all together. As far as I can gather this is a 2010 release but I could also be mistaken. So yeah bare with me on this one ). ~~~~~~~~ Artist - Dietrich Album - Dietrich [ Ep ] ( * * * * * ) Release Date - 2010 Genre - Ambient, Instrumental, Post-rock [ VERY GOOD ] Tracklist 01 - CONDOR 02 - EJERCITO DEL NORTE DEL SUR 03 - HIENAS 04 - INTERLAKEN (Bonus Track) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dietrich - Dietrich [ Ep ] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Whitetree | The Tumbled Sea | Trees To Sleep Under | Light Under Water | The Best Pessimist --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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