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Pleistocene Moon

Unconscious Collective

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Pleistocene Moon
Unconscious Collective
Tribe Apini
Unconscious Collective
Requiem for Biodiversity
Unconscious Collective
Unconscious Collective
Is the Spine the Dividing Line?
Unconscious Collective
Methane Rising
Unconscious Collective
The Transformation of Matter
Unconscious Collective
Greedy Tongue
Unconscious Collective
Total Playing Time    78:03
Released in August 2014, the second album from Dallas-based ritualistic jazz-rock trio Unconscious Collective features an array of improvisations and compositions that awaken spiritual and emotional subconsciousness of the avant and despondent. Electric guitarist Gregg Prickett, drummer Stefan Gonzalez and his brother, bassist Aaron Gonzalez explore free improv, jazz, noise, rock, punk and experimental music on the self-produced Pleistocene Moon, drawing comparisons to King Crimson, John Zorn and even Black Sabbath.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Tofu Carnage Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1 - 8 – contains material which utilizes a limited amount of the available bandwidth Produced by Unconscious Collective Recorded at Klearlight Studio, summer 2013 Engineered by Jay Jernigan (Tribe Apini and Kotsoteka recorded at Praxis House, engineered by Greg Dixon) All songs mixed by Jimi Bowman Mastered by James Plotkin

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