The Silent (Ambient Remixes and Soundscapes)

by All India Radio

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    The Silent features ambient tracks and soundscapes as well as alternative versions of tracks from the band's albums The Silent Surf (2010) and A Low High (2009). It was originally released as a bonus CD with early copies of vinyl version of The Silent Surf and until now has never been available anywhere else digitally or on CD.

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    The Silent features ambient tracks and soundscapes as well as alternative versions of tracks from the band's albums The Silent Surf (2010) and A Low High (2009). It was originally released as a bonus CD with early copies of vinyl version of The Silent Surf and until now has never been available anywhere else digitally or on CD.

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    Includes unlimited streaming of The Silent (Ambient Remixes and Soundscapes) via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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The Silent features ambient tracks and soundscapes as well as alternative versions of tracks from the band's albums The Silent Surf (2010) and A Low High (2009). It was originally released as a bonus CD with early copies of vinyl version of The Silent Surf and until now has never been available anywhere else digitally or on CD.

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released April 11, 2013

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All India Radio Melbourne, Australia

Atmospheric chillgaze outfit from Australia with music featured in CSI: Miami, One Tree Hill, The Lying Game, Australia's hit Bondi Rescue & many more. Their video Rippled was in Huffington Post's Top 10 2011, "The Most Amazing Light Graffiti Video Ever" -Gizmodo.com

"The resulting narcotic musical textures are capable of floating listeners to galaxies far, far away." - wired.com
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