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New Rainsleep track appears on Kahvi collective One Synth compilation


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That's weird, I like it. It's in some weird middle land between muzak, new age, and experimental, but it has tons of character and is much more engaging than I expected from the outset. Not something I'm sure I'd listen to for an entire album, but the track works well in and of itself. It sounds like you had fun writing it, which is usually a good sign :)

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