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A radically energetic experimental rock trio HYRROKKIN, founded in June 2011 by two members of avantgarde punk band named KUAN - Brett NAGAFUCHI (drums) and Paul LARKOWSKI (bass, guitar), and a session musician Edward RICART (guitar, bass), hailed from Yellow Springs, OH. Their first cassette album "Astrionics", recorded less than two months after their foundation, was pretty approved by the audience attending their gigs with several artists in North America. Their debut full-length album "Pristine Origin" was released as a vinyl in November 2012 via Sick Room Records (and also digitally downloadable material upon Bandcamp).

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