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Loma

Loma

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1.1
Who Is Speaking?
Loma
2:14
1.2
Dark Oscillations
Loma
5:37
1.3
Joy
Loma
3:22
1.4
I Don't Want Children
Loma
5:49
1.5
Relay Runner
Loma
5:00
1.6
White Glass
Loma
4:12
1.7
Sundogs
Loma
5:31
1.8
Jornada
Loma
3:20
1.9
Shadow Relief
Loma
4:49
1.10
Black Willow
Loma
5:17
Total Playing Time    45:11
Loma’s enigmatic debut feels beautifully adrift in time and space. It’s an album that takes you to a place you’ve never been, with a rare confidence in the strength of its own vision.

Loma is inviting but also beautifully self-contained, like a dream that stays with you all day. There’s something here for lovers of Nina Nastasia or Broadcast, but also Linda Thompson, or The Silver Apples—even early Pink Floyd. But most of all, this arresting and mysterious album marks the arrival of a band whose first steps already feel timeless. Loma was recorded by the group at Dandy Sounds Studios in Dripping Springs, Texas and mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sub Pop Records Studio Masters

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