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    Tuesday, 05 October 2010

    James McKeown - 2010 - James McKeown

    Debut album from Bristol based guitarist/songwriter James McKeown.

    Tracks :
    1 From NASA to None (05:24)
    2 Dark Sky Park (03:00)
    3 Stars (02:50)
    4 Poachers Feet (04:29)
    5 Bones (05:05)
    6 Days Were a Joy (05:26)
    7 Storm (06:13)
    8 Mayfly (06:00)
    9 40,000 Full Moons (03:45)

    James McKeown is the guitarist in Bristol based luminaries Hi-Fiction Science.
    Whilst their music is based around a unique blend of Krautrock, Folk, Post-Punk and Electronic influences.
    James' debut album is an introspective journey into quintessentially English lo-fi melancholic dreampop.

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    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 4001 | Added by: Lost-In-Tyme | Date: 05 October 2010 | Rating: 5.0/1


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