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3.00 | 1 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Astralagus (6:32)
2. Hope... (7:44)
3. With Glowing Hearts (8:06)
4. Early Evening Bleeds Into Night (6:59)
5. A Snowflake In Her Hand (6:23)
6. The Owls Won't See Us In Here (7:17)
7. Every Passing Hour (4:37)
8. The Ocean Between You And Me (10:17)

Total time 57:55

Line-up / Musicians

- Stuart Low / guitars
- Gary McDermott / guitars, keyboards
- Ben Worth / guitars, bass
- Ian Griffiths / guitars

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3 stars This second showpiece 'We Move Through Negative Spaces ' from London based 4-piece band 'Kontakte' fills the room with epic sounds. Self pronounced as 'Post - Cinematic - Electronic - Noise' would almost explain itself barring listening to the album in it's entirety. Clipping it short of a full li ... (read more)

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