* * * * * A Slow In Dance * * * * *

2011-05-25 09:14:52 UTC

A Slow In Dance is an ambient post-rock band from Bandung, West Java. So far, they have released an EP titled [ We Hate This, But we Need To survive ] and a full length [ Back To The Brightside ] which was released 12th of May 2011.

Band members Include

Justian David [ sampling n drum ] Arga Tyas Basudewa [ guitar ] Eickman Widi [ guitar ] Firman Oktaviawan [ guitar / bass ]

Additional Info': Music by A Slow In Dance | Produced by A Slow In Dance Cooperative Producer by Justian David [ @justian27 ] | Recorded at Workhouse Studio | Mastered by Loeloe [ @loeloebandung ] | Artwork by Arga Tyas Basudewa [ @mynameisrga ] | Released and Published by Xmental Records, 12 May 2011

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Artist - A Slow In Dance Album - Back To The Brightside Release Date - 2011 Genre - Ambient, Instrumental, Post-rock Tracklist 1. Orange In The Afternoon Sky 01:38 2. Another Crack On My Window 04:44 3. Back To The Brightside 08:24 4. Wall Of Box 02:59 5. Story Of Life 04:31 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A Slow In Dance - Back To The Brightside -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - A Slow In Dance Album - We Hate This but We Need to Survive Release Date - 2007 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock Tracklist 1 Sing and Noise 6:03 2 The Girl from Iceland (Pulcher) 4:42 3 Love Hope and Pain 5:15 4 We Hate This but We Need to Survive 5:31 5 Saturday No Moon 8:54 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A Slow In Dance - We Hate This but We Need to Survive Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Aphasia ~ Adolf Plays The Jazz ~ Everything Is Made In China ~ Miaou ~ Kovlo -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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