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Sparse Landscapes

Various Artists

Available in 48 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC audio formats

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1
Sparse Landscape
Andrew Ernest; Nicholas Hill; Christopher Elmslie
2:18
2
Dark Approach
Andrew Ernest; Nicholas Hill; Christopher Elmslie
2:19
3
Hollowed Out
Andrew Ernest; Nicholas Hill
2:17
4
Enclosed in Warmth
Andrew Ernest; Nicholas Hill
2:23
5
Restraint
Andrew Ernest; Nicholas Hill
2:08
6
Frozen Atmosphere
Andrew Ernest; Nicholas Hill
2:44
7
The Wider Horizon
Andrew Ernest; Nicholas Hill
2:12
8
Emergent Properties
Andrew Ernest; Nicholas Hill; Daniel Tarbuck
2:19
9
Unearthed
Andrew Ernest; Nicholas Hill; Christopher Elmslie
2:21
10
Curvature
Andrew Ernest; Nicholas Hill; Connor Manning
2:07
11
A Disturbance
Andrew Ernest; Nicholas Hill; Connor Manning
2:06
12
Pulsing and Soaring
Andrew Ernest; Nicholas Hill
1:58
13
Inexorable
Andrew Ernest; Nicholas Hill; Connor Manning
1:53
14
Darkened Underpass
Andrew Ernest; Nicholas Hill; Daniel Tarbuck
2:19
15
Hard Vacuum
Andrew Ernest; Nicholas Hill
1:49
16
The Foretold
Andrew Ernest; Nicholas Hill
1:57
Total Playing Time    35:10
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – KPM Main Series Studio Masters

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