℗ 2018 Who Are We Who We Are
Released February 9, 2018
Duration 31m 17s
Genre Jazz (Other)
 

A Strange Tissue of Space and Time

Harmondia

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1.1
Elisa
Harmondia
5:53
1.2
Comendinger
Harmondia
3:57
1.3
Kalumbu
Harmondia
5:26
1.4
Intergalactic Hitchhikers
Harmondia
4:30
1.5
Off the Cliff
Harmondia
3:28
1.6
Idea
Harmondia
3:49
1.7
Jacob
Harmondia
4:14
Harmondia has a unique sound that is influenced by jazz, electronic sounds, and world music beats. These influence can be heard on their latest album A Strange Tissue of Space and Time. Tracks like Elisa, Kalumbu, and Off the Cliff all provide audiences with a contrasting variety of musical taste which showcases this group's versatility.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Who Are We Who We Are Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.89
-0.99 to -0.78
-16.60
-17.26 to -15.84
-14.04
-14.10 to -14.00
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8 to 11
1
Elisa
-0.81-16.24-14.08
2
Comendinger
-0.90-17.26-14.110
3
Kalumbu
-0.82-16.35-14.09
4
Intergalactic Hitchhikers
-0.78-16.70-14.110
5
Off the Cliff
-0.99-16.90-14.011
6
Idea
-0.94-16.90-14.010
7
Jacob
-0.95-15.84-14.19

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