Molecular Corporation EP out 2014-03-31 by A : w.e.b. CONTRIBUTOR | 7 Comments
|In a turn of events, the newfound SputnikMusic collective, Molecular Corporation, has |
released their debut EP. The EP, titled "Broken Hearted Extras and The Rotary Parallax"
features three of the many users who will be in the debut LP, "Ambient Sputnik and The
Dancing Government", set for release on April 18th. The EP, originally set for release on
the 15th of the same month, will be a preview of the album without spoiling the album
itself. This not only will be used to build up hype, but to hold people over until the album
is ready for release (in which it is about 95% complete).
Molecular Corporation hopes you enjoy this release. Thank you.
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Digging: The Ruins Of Beverast - Exuvia
Fuck yes. I have to listen to these songs.
Sounds interesting in general. Really cool.
Thought one of my songs was supposed to be on here :[
Digging: Four Tet - Rounds
Thanks dude luv u.
looking forward to the full length, some real talented motherfuckers in here. maybe someone noteworthy could review it when it comes out? if nobody of note wants to, I suppose I could do it, but I would be partially biased, so maybe Irving can just review the ahh... real monsters!!! theme song and we can all be smitten
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