* * * RÁDIO ETIÓPIA - RED FLOWERS (AN EVENING PRAYER) * * *

2012-07-13 10:32:44 UTC

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This week compilation kicks off with three artists that I show a lot of respect for. The 1st on being [ Dhalia’s Tear ] a band I recently discovered and that has been on repeat play for days now, followed by [ Port St. Willow ] a lo-fi post-rock band form Portland Oregon which all of us MUST have and [ Epic 45 ] which is 45 times epic.

Right after this three pieces the listen takes on drone path drone with [ Avrocar ] ~ [ Eluvium ] ~ [ Johann Johannsson ] ~ [ Claro De Luna ] and [ The Nikki Grace Experience ]. RED FLOWERS ( AN EVENING PRAYER ) is indeed a beautiful listen and definitely an above standard listening. Check it out lads. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- < < < < < < < < < [ NICELY DONE [ RE TEAM ]. GUYS... BY ALL MEANS. DO NOT SKIP THIS ENTRY ]. > > > > > > > > > -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- RELATED ARTISTS...

[ Dahlia's Tear ] [ Port St. Willow ] [ Epic45 ] [ Avrocar ] [ Eluvium ] [ Johann Johannsson ] [ Claro De Luna ] [ The Nikki Grace Experience ] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- < < < < < < < < < < < < [ Stream Listen " or " Direct Download " BE SURE TO HAVE A GO ]. > > > > > > > > > > > > > -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - RÁDIO ETIÓPIA [ VA ] Album - RED FLOWERS ( AN EVENING PRAYER ) [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2011 Genre - Ambient, Experimental, Post-rock, Drone, Dark-ambient [ SIMPLY EPIC / POST OF THE DAY ] Tracklist 01. Dahlia's Tear - 1st Sky Minimalism (00.14) 02. Port St. Willow - Hollow (05.15) 03. Epic45 - At Sea (09.40) 04. Alexander Tucker - RH (16.05) 05. Avrocar - Ultra Brontë (22.35) 06. Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band - Breezy (26.25) 07. BT - Seven-Hundred-Thirty-Nine (31.00) 08. Dead Voices On Air - Mother and Son (34.50) 09. Eluvium - Cease to Know (37.30) 10. Johann Johannsson - He Says it's the Future (47.15) 11. Claro De Luna - Irse (45.42) 12. Paul Buchanan - Have You Ever Been Lonely? (55.30) 13. Ictus Ensemble,Georges-Elie Octors,Mike Patton - Laborintus (58.15) 14. Fennesz - Trace ( feat. Sakamoto ) (01.02.05) 15. Halo - Kiri (01.06.40) 16, The Nikki Grace Experience - The Pale Blue Rosary (01.09.20) 17. Nina Hagen - But Not For Me (01.16.25) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- STREAM LISTEN: RÁDIO ETIÓPIA [ VA ] - RED FLOWERS ( AN EVENING PRAYER ) DIRECT DOWNLOAD: RÁDIO ETIÓPIA [ VA ] - RED FLOWERS ( AN EVENING PRAYER ) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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