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Dark Arts - Reflections in a Rear View Mirror


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Collection of archival material from Columbus area goth / new wave 80s band that kind of got lost in the shuffle, as many do.  Sounds timely for the hauntology / dark ambient scenes that owe a lot to this kind of sound.

https://stroomtv.bandcamp.com/album/reflections-in-a-rear-view-mirror

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