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2012-09-28 08:00:41 UTC

Five brethren at a round table drinking dirty ales out of clean goblets foresaw the need to clean the earth and besoil science in order to place the right adjectives next to the right nouns. We're going on a party raid! Earth Science are:

Steve - Guitars Jan - Guitars Kayne- Bass Joey - Drums Dino - Guitars

Title: The Characteristic of the Moromi Mash Fermentation Used in Koji Made by the Method of Traditional Awamori Production 'Si- jiru Process' Abstract: It appeared that characteristic of moromi mash fermentation used in koji made by rice steeping in si-jiru, which was not carried out from 1960. Alcohol concentration of moromi mash fermentation used of koji made by si-jiru process was 16.7%, 2% lower than that of usual one.

They contained 1.5% reducing sugar in mash at the end of fermentation. The amount of yeast was also lower than that of usual one. Free amino acids content in the moromi mash were 700mg/l and half of the usual one. On the other hand, aroma compound such as higher alcohol and ester increased formation in the mush.

The A/B ratio of moromi was 2.5 and the ratio of usual one was 1.8. It was found that the moromi mash fermentation in the koji made by si-jiru method contained high aroma compound and were fragrant. But alcohol concentration in their moromi mash was lower than that of usual one. (author abst.)

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Earth Science took the scene by storm when they released their debut EP "Flares" which is still available for FREE download. This coming Saturday 30th the new Earth Science album will be released. Titled "In Arcadia" it's a 50 minute trip through all classic Post Rock elements that you have come to know and love. For an easy listen and mellow instrumental sound, check out [ Earth Science ]. Fans of [ Adelaide ] ~ [ The American Analogue Set ] ~ [ LIFE ] ~ [ Wacky Southern Current ] ~ [ Explosions In The Sky ] and the likes should dig [ Earth Science ]. It's a beautiful listen across the entire EP that I would " STRONGLY RECOMMEND " it to everyone.

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Artist - Earth Science Album - In Arcadia [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2012 (30th SEPT 2012) Genre - Ambient, Post-rock, Instrumental [ EXCELLENT ] Tracklist 01. Signals 1: Distress 04:07 02. Signals 2: Rescue 05:27 03. 19 to 25 Days 05:57 04. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot 05:20 05. Pathetic Accident 03:21 06. These Are Not Bees 06:23 07. MDK 06:14 08. We Detect Concurrent Usage 06:00 09. Travelers 01:41 10. There is Fear in the Distance 07:04 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DOWNLOAD WILL BE AVAILABLE 30th SEPT 2012 Earth Science - In Arcadia -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Earth Science Album - Flares [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2011 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock, Progressive [ I NEED MORE / EXTREMELY GOOD ] Tracklist 1. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot 05:02 2. These Are Not Bees (no vox) 05:36 3. Galaga 04:09 4. No Sleep for the Downtrodden 05:34 5. The Florescent Air Waltz 04:06 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- BANDCAMP ~ Earth Science - Flares [ Ep ] FILEFACTORY ~ Earth Science - Flares [ Ep ] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Adelaide / Small Sails | Clogs | Coma Stereo | Wacky Southern Current | Nyctalgia -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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