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Another great release from Parralax Sounds (Christ., Syntaks and many more).


It sounds like a mix of Boards of canada, Bibio and Chapterhouse. Their debut album

Phoenix asteroid is also good, but I think this album is much stronger!


Found some nice samples from the album on their soundscloud.


1. https://soundcloud.com/ecovillage/ecovillage-blissfully-yours


2. https://soundcloud.com/ecovillage/ecovillage-telepathy


3. https://soundcloud.com/ecovillage/ecovillage-summer-of-love





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