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No Wasabi

No Wasabi

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1.1
Marche Sud
No Wasabi
8:11
1.2
Plankton Punk
No Wasabi
1:18
1.3
Line for Bears
No Wasabi
3:20
1.4
Boomerang
No Wasabi
6:32
1.5
Octopuzzshred
No Wasabi
1:14
1.6
Wait a Little
No Wasabi
8:52
1.7
Nostalgische Zalm
No Wasabi
3:29
1.8
Stuurhut
No Wasabi
6:25
1.9
Dominus in Mare
No Wasabi
0:42
Total Playing Time    40:03
Machiel Heremans and Rebekka Van Bockstal, together No Wasabi, is an experimental guitar duo that takes the listeners on a musical trip with loops, echoes and other effects. The two guitar players met each other at the conservatory of Brussels, where they found they shared a passion for composing, effects, free improvisation and sound. These elements are also main aspects in the music of No Wasabi. The self-titled debut album is a powerful but intimate story in which echo plays an important part, partly because the album was recorded in a church. The combination of improvised sketches and composed music blends into a fresh creative collection of songs in which different boundaries are explored.
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