Vucari

2014-04-10 10:30:56 UTC
Vucari Profile

I am a 17 year old from Plymouth Massachusetts who would rather play with a synthesizer than socialize. [ Vucari ] is just an outlet for my brain. I make music that is fitting of my mood at the time. Sometimes my work stays relevant, sometimes it fades away. Music is just emotions vibrating in the air, really.

Experience the birth of another beautiful ambient star. For a start I would say this is definitely beautiful and I do sense a bulk of potential on this one. Potential that could lead to the likes of [ "M.C.A.S" My Cats Is A Stargazer ], [ The Echelon Effect ], [ Hammock ] amongst many others. Be sure to check [ Vucari ] out. Even better go and get it for free.

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Vucari - Wounds and Plaster Artist - Vucari Album - Wounds and Plaster Release Date - 2014 Genre - Ambient, Electro' Post-rock [ BRILLIANT ] Tracklist 1. Cross It All Out 04:47 2. Frozen Waves 04:52 3. I-330 06:17 4. My Fate to Forever Burn 04:45 5. The World Exists 04:09 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vucari - Wounds and Plaster -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vucari - Apropos Nothing Artist - Vucari Album - Apropos Nothing Release Date - 2013 Genre - Ambient, Instrumental, Post-rock [ EXCELLENT ] Tracklist 1. White Nights 05:00 2. Wet Snow 06:25 3. New Light 06:44 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vucari - Apropos Nothing -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vucari --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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