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In Distance We're Losing

Alaskan Tapes

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1.1
Maybe (feat. Jay Rodger)
Alaskan Tapes; Jay Rodger
4:58
1.2
Paths
Alaskan Tapes
8:20
1.3
In Distance We're Losing
Alaskan Tapes
4:44
1.4
Blue, in Script
Alaskan Tapes
6:25
1.5
Hours (feat. Chantal)
Alaskan Tapes; Chantal
4:58
1.6
We're the Only Ones Here
Alaskan Tapes
3:42
1.7
Because Finally It's Everything
Alaskan Tapes
8:37
1.8
Tomorrow's Song
Alaskan Tapes
6:01
Total Playing Time    47:45
In Distance We’re Losing shows the fragile, and isolated side to Alaskan Tapes’ music. Focusing on evolving layers of instrumentation throughout long pieces, showcasing the textures of cello played by Raphael Weinroth-Browne, minimal guitar melodies, as well as incorporating vocals from Jay Rodger and Chantal Ouellette, In Distance We’re Losing combines the intricate melodic elements of modern classical composition, with the classic ambient techniques Alaskan Tapes’ is known for.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Nettwerk Records Studio Masters

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