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The title pretty much says it all. This is the strangest of the strange for this year. No albums that just recycle the same old ideas over and over again, no overhyped albums, and no over-commercialized bands. Just albums from the depths of the 12th dimension that sodomize your mind and make you ask what the hell you just heard. Some of these releases can definitely be regarded as "Avantgarde," while others are more rooted in a pre-established sound but just sit very left field within their genre as a whole. Includes some nonmetal and some non-MS albums. Recs are welcome, but keep em strange!
*In order by release date.

Created by: Apothecary | 24.03.2014



1. Alkerdeel - Dyodyo Asema [Collaboration]
What do you get when two of the filthiest projects in existence (the other being Mories' deranged Gnaw Their Tongues) get together for a 20 minute track? The soundtrack to your nightmares. Beware: this is the monster in the closet your parents warned you about. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYM0ygH_fzk
2. Dahakara - Evil Of All Decades
Turkish instrumental black metal, with a heavy ambient edge. But not "ambient black metal," in the traditional, perhaps "pretty" understanding of the label, this album's very dark, haunting, and surreal. Honestly not too far off base with its delivery, but certainly interesting and unique nonetheless http://dahakara.bandcamp.com/album/evil-of-all-decades
3. Murmur - Murmur
Perhaps not as strange as some other picks on here, but definitely unique for its genre. Aggressive, yet technical black metal, with some jazzy drumming and charismatic clean vocals to top it all off. A very good representation of BM's growing shift towards experimentation and often unexpected fusion with other genres. http://seasonofmist.bandcamp.com/album/murmur
4. Hail Spirit Noir - Oi Magoi
Creepy, trippy, fun as fuck, and in some ways even better than the debut. Digs even deeper into strange psychedelic territory than Pneuma, and I think can at some points definitely be considered as Avantgarde. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOQhnQerRfo
5. Atomic Ape - Swarm
Led by Estradasphere guitarist Jason Schimmel, this offshoot of the band is a delightful journey through experimental rock landscapes. With a great compositional structure, and featuring a huge amalgamation of instruments including sax, trumpet, bassoon, clavinet, harpsichord, and more, this is fusion at some of its finest. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcacnPwwe3M
6. Los Random - Pidanoma
Argentinian progressive metal... or is it? No Dream Theater imitation, no djent/mathcore bullshit, these guys challenge the modern understanding of prog metal with force, using eerie spoken word, strange synth effects, and overall random (see what I did there?) song structures to great effect. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7aDubIslKc
7. Blut Aus Nord - Debemur MoRTi
Described as a cross between The Work Which Transforms God and MoRT, this EP is brief, but still delivers everything you'd expect from the group at this point into their career: dissonant, spine-tingling horror, in its purest form. http://dmp666.bandcamp.com/album/debemur-morti
8. Pryapisme - Blastbit Rococollider
This one's pretty cool because the riffs and melodies going on here SOUND metal, but they're played with a bunch of electronic, digital-esque instruments. If Timothy Leary had composed a soundtrack to a video game, this is probably what it would've sounded like. http://pryapisme.bandcamp.com/album/blastbit-rococollider
9. Current 93 - I Am The Last Of All The Field That Fell: A Channel
The one man experimental project of Englishman David Tibet, this a prog rock feast of a most tasty type. Follows suit with Atomic Ape in regards to its vast array of instrument use: there's organ, sax, bass clarinet, flute, and of course, David's excellent vocals, which have quite the impressive range. https://current931.bandcamp.com/album/i-am-the-last-of-all-the-field-that-fell-uk-version
10. Sunn O))) - Terrestrials [Collaboration]
Sunn O))) and Ulver have both pushed limits within their genres in recent years, both becoming well respected for it, so this joint effort only seems natural. Exactly what you'd expect: the dark, drony atmosphere of Sunn O))) meets the electronic and pyschedelic vibe of modern Ulver. Total daze music. http://sunnulversl.bandcamp.com
11. The Cosmic Dead - Easterfaust
The Cosmic Dead have brough instrumental psychedelic rock back into form in the past few years, albeit with their own signature twist. This new album is a trippy journey through spacey atmospheres, strange layered vocals, and some mellow grooves maaaaan. Turn on, tune, and drop out! http://thecosmicdead.bandcamp.com/album/easterfaust
12. Lux Occulta - Kołysanki
Wait, is this the same Lux Occulta that did Dionysos and My Guardian Anger? Indeed it is. But this album bears little if any resemblance to their pre-established trademarks, and is instead a loosely structured journey through electronic effects, neoclassical guitar, and an almost jazzy element in its tribute to Polish folk music. http://luxocculta.bandcamp.com/album/ko-ysanki
13. Terra Tenebrosa - V.I.T.R.I.O.L. - Purging The Tunnels
According to The Cuckoo, this EP is some leftover stuff from sessions from the previous two albums, hence the title. Explores some more aspects of the bands bizarre personality, with a bit of a different tinge to the vocals, but still eerie and surreal as always, with a great balance between the ambient and harsher elements. http://trilambrecordings.bandcamp.com/releases
14. Cloak Of Altering - Plague Beasts
Come on, it's Mories. If you're expecting any sense of normalcy or musical guidelines here, then shame on you. http://crucialblast.bandcamp.com/album/plague-beasts
15. Surachai - Ritual
Take an alien, have him learn the language of an obscure African tribe, and them have him sing in it while playing a keyboard. Then, play that recording backwards, and that's something close to what you get from this album. Electronic madness. http://surachai.bandcamp.com/
16. Wolves In The Throne Room - Celestite
The Weavers throw a radical curveball at us here with a major departure from their black metal sound, in favor of an instrumental, synth-fueled ambiance accompanied by horns and other effects. The lack of any metal elements in a way makes this release sound somehow more genuine and pure, a full embrace of all the tricks and sounds that gave the band their transcendental edge in the past, and if feels as though it's something the brothers had been wanting to do for a long time.
17. Botanist - VI: Flora
One man eco terrorist hammered dulcimer black metal. As good as it sounds.
18. Atomikylä - Erkale
A collaboration between the mindfuckingly awesome Finns of Oranssi Pazuzu and Dark Buddha Rising. The psychedelic soundtrack to the apocalypse.
19. Sunn O))) - Soused [Collaboration]
This sees the duo working with Avantgarde musician Scott Walker, and likewise incorporates his wailing vocals (a bit overbearing), surrealist lyrics, and horns and other strange ambient effects. While not as good as Altar or Terrestrials, and honestly a bit like mixing oil with water, there are some great moments on here, specifically on Bull and Herod 2014.



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Diverge - 25.03.2014 at 21:18  
I like many of the albums on this list, but I would not call many of them avant-garde myself.
Apothecary - 25.03.2014 at 21:30  
Written by Diverge on 25.03.2014 at 21:18

I like many of the albums on this list, but I would not call many of them avant-garde myself.

Refer to the description, please
PocketMetal - 25.03.2014 at 22:46  
Great list , didn't know about Current 93. Check out Gridlink's album for some craaaaaaaaaaaazy grind.
tea[m]ster - 26.03.2014 at 16:46  
You may like...

Morowe - S

I really can't describe it but it's some good shit.
Apothecary - 26.03.2014 at 16:56  
Written by tea[m]ster on 26.03.2014 at 16:46

You may like...

Morowe - S

I really can't describe it but it's some good shit.

Cool stuff dude. I have about 3 or 4 more albums to add for now at this point into the year, and I'll check out that one and the grind band the other guy mentioned
tea[m]ster - 26.03.2014 at 16:58  
Written by Apothecary on 26.03.2014 at 16:56

Cool stuff dude. I have about 3 or 4 more albums to add for now at this point into the year, and I'll check out that one and the grind band the other guy mentioned


Nice. It's a project from Nihil. His shit is always off the wall
Erik M. - 29.03.2014 at 01:14  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 24.03.2014 at 18:57

All I can say is... I'm going to fucking laugh when I see Che and Marcel discussing during our Roadburn visit. I should get popcorn.


Just be glad Joe isn't there, because then Che wouldn't have such a good time.
Erik M. - 29.03.2014 at 01:15  
Written by Apothecary on 24.03.2014 at 19:06

I doubt if either of us will get out alive


Wait, haven't you heard what Marcel does to people when they disagree with him?
Mr. Doctor - 29.03.2014 at 01:20  
He just sits on them. No questions asked.
mz - 29.03.2014 at 02:25  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 29.03.2014 at 01:20

He just sits on them. No questions asked.

He is going to sit on you because I doubt he will like your answer to Erick's question.
Apothecary - 29.03.2014 at 04:38  
Written by Erik M. on 29.03.2014 at 01:14

Just be glad Joe isn't there, because then Che wouldn't have such a good time.

Hmmm, why do you say that?
Erik M. - 29.03.2014 at 18:02  
Written by Apothecary on 29.03.2014 at 04:38

Hmmm, why do you say that?


Do you really have to ask, after the long discussion you had here with him?
Apothecary - 30.03.2014 at 00:02  
Written by Erik M. on 29.03.2014 at 18:02

Do you really have to ask, after the long discussion you had here with him?

He can annoy me at times, but who on here doesn't at one point or another?
If I ever meet him in person I'm sure there'd generally be some good humor and music conversation.
!J.O.O.E.! - 30.03.2014 at 00:07  
You'd probably find me as annoying in real life; I'm just as opinionated, if not more so
psykometal - 30.03.2014 at 02:45  
Written by Apothecary on 30.03.2014 at 00:02

but who on here doesn't at one point or another?

I annoy you?! D: *legasp* I see how you are. I go and give you a bitchin' title, which you are using here (and which I put so much effort into thinking up just for you, ALL FOR YOU!), and you go and make mean implications. Wadda beyitch...
Zaphod - 30.03.2014 at 04:24  
Cool list, will definitely come back here now and then.
Apothecary - 30.03.2014 at 04:42  
Written by psykometal on 30.03.2014 at 02:45

I annoy you?! D: *legasp*

You're honestly one of the few exceptions, dude. You did inspire the title, you usually refer weird stuff you find to me, and you have a good taste in comics/graphic novels I don't really see anyone else on here matching
psykometal - 30.03.2014 at 04:56  
Written by Apothecary on 30.03.2014 at 04:42

You're honestly one of the few exceptions, dude. You did inspire the title, you usually refer weird stuff you find to me, and you have a good taste in comics/graphic novels I don't really see anyone else on here matching

D'oh, stop it. You're making me blush. ^.^

I'm still loving the shit out of Oi Magoi too, keep going back to it. Probs muh fave of the year so far. Mermaid especially. It's weird, it's very similar to Dreadnought last year, and I liked Dreadnought but not nearly enough to put it on an AOTY list. But Oi Magoi, man, fucking amazing!

Add-on: Admittedly, it took me a few times to finally get the genius of it, and thankfully the weird, kooky rhythms kept me going back to it cuz I could just feel there was something majestic about it that just hadn't clicked for me yet. And then it finally clicked, and now, as I've already said (haha), I fucking love it.
Apothecary - 30.03.2014 at 05:29  
Written by psykometal on 30.03.2014 at 04:56

I'm still loving the shit out of Oi Magoi too, keep going back to it. Probs muh fave of the year so far. Mermaid especially. It's weird, it's very similar to Dreadnought last year, and I liked Dreadnought but not nearly enough to put it on an AOTY list. But Oi Magoi, man, fucking amazing!

Indeed, both bands have restored my faith in prog metal a little. I'm a big slut for the old 70s stuff like King Crimson, Yes, and Van Der Graaf Generator, so I like bands that follow in that sort of legacy than the ones that just go for the Dream Theater imitation and/or dreadful djent style you typically see today. Prog metal that lies more in the classic prog rock influence can certainly be quite a beast.
Erik M. - 30.03.2014 at 17:00  
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 30.03.2014 at 00:07

You'd probably find me as annoying in real life; I'm just as opinionated, if not more so


Haha, I'm the same. Well, it highly depends on who's around me. Some of my friends get annoyed sometimes because I'm more opinionated than them. People who don't dare to share their opinion or don't even have an opinion at all annoy me far more than opinionated people. Because they're often ignorant, which makes sense because having no real opinion on something means you probably don't know much about it either.
!J.O.O.E.! - 30.03.2014 at 17:18  
Written by Erik M. on 30.03.2014 at 17:00

Haha, I'm the same. Well, it highly depends on who's around me. Some of my friends get annoyed sometimes because I'm more opinionated than them. People who don't dare to share their opinion or don't even have an opinion at all annoy me far more than opinionated people. Because they're often ignorant, which makes sense because having no real opinion on something means you probably don't know much about it either.

Heheh. Well, I don't force my opinions down people's throat, if they don't know about something or want to discuss it then that's their business really, but if they enter into a discussion with me I don't see why someone should get arsey if they don't like my points of view. I find people usually do get pissy when backed into a corner or have me tell them I think what they're saying is ridiculous or wrong but usually I find it's frustration on their part for not acquitting themselves well enough and just wanting to blame me. I do it a lot; I pissed off my housemate not so long ago when she took my hoody when we were walking home because she didn't want to get wet and I demanded it back. We basically got into a discussion about sexism and I said it was sexist to assume the female in this case should have the hoody when I'm getting wet as well. I also mentioned the point that you never hear of women giving up coats etc. for men, and it would be seen as socially bizarre to do so, even though it's sexist that it's so one way, so I didn't see why I should feel bad asking for my hoody back. She got pissed off with me because she knew my comments were reasonable, especially as she's a bit of a feminist, and couldn't justify her actions from a feminist point of view.
Erik M. - 30.03.2014 at 17:31  
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 30.03.2014 at 17:18

Heheh. Well, I don't force my opinions down people's throat, if they don't know about something or want to discuss it then that's their business really, but if they enter into a discussion with me I don't see why someone should get arsey if they don't like my points of view. I find people usually do get pissy when backed into a corner or have me tell them I think what they're saying is ridiculous or wrong but usually I find it's frustration on their part for not acquitting themselves well enough and just wanting to blame me. I do it a lot; I pissed off my housemate not so long ago when she took my hoody when we were walking home because she didn't want to get wet and I demanded it back. We basically got into a discussion about sexism and I said it was sexist to assume the female in this case should have the hoody when I'm getting wet as well. I also mentioned the point that you never hear of women giving up coats etc. for men, and it would be seen as socially bizarre to do so, even though it's sexist that it's so one way, so I didn't see why I should feel bad asking for my hoody back.


To me not much is more annoying than someone stating an ignorant opinion (something which most people are guilty of). I can give plenty of examples but I don't think this is the right place to do so. Anyway, in case of your situation, I totally agree with you. Women want to be just as independent as men, in terms of not being seen as housewives, having equally respected jobs etc, yet "they" still want to be old-fashioned when it's in their favour. Well, you can't have it both ways, because it's quite hypocrite. I mean, it's like the guy paying the bill at a restaurant. Why the hell is it normal for a man to pay it and not for the woman? It should be normal for both.
!J.O.O.E.! - 30.03.2014 at 17:33  
Written by Erik M. on 30.03.2014 at 17:31

To me not much is more annoying than someone stating an ignorant opinion (something which most people are guilty of). I can give plenty of examples but I don't think this is the right place to do so. Anyway, in case of your situation, I totally agree with you. Women want to be just as independent as men, in terms of not being seen as housewives, having equally respected jobs etc, yet "they" still want to be old-fashioned when it's in their favour. Well, you can't have it both ways, because it's quite hypocrite. I mean, it's like the guy paying the bill at a restaurant. Why the hell is it normal for a man to pay it and not for the woman? It should be normal for both.

Indeed.

Actually as I recall we also had another discussion about football. She's Swedish and she supports Manchester United. I basically questioned her on why she supports a team she has no affiliation with and she gave some bullshit excuse that it's because of the "way they play." I pointed out the obvious fact that the reason the team are so good as is almost entirely because they're incredibly rich and import most of their team so her basis for liking a football team was entirely down to money.

She wasn't very fond of me by the time we got home
psykometal - 30.03.2014 at 18:50  
So how 'bout them albums, aye? Man, some of them have some nice tunes and purdy artwork.
Apothecary - 30.03.2014 at 19:43  
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 30.03.2014 at 17:18

I pissed off my housemate not so long ago when she took my hoody when we were walking home because she didn't want to get wet and I demanded it back. We basically got into a discussion about sexism and I said it was sexist to assume the female in this case should have the hoody when I'm getting wet as well. I also mentioned the point that you never hear of women giving up coats etc. for men, and it would be seen as socially bizarre to do so, even though it's sexist that it's so one way, so I didn't see why I should feel bad asking for my hoody back. She got pissed off with me because she knew my comments were reasonable, especially as she's a bit of a feminist, and couldn't justify her actions from a feminist point of view.

I think the reason you irritate some people with your statements (including me ) is because you know yourself and your beliefs very well, and you can articulate them in a way that forces people to come to terms with theirs and do the same, as you mentioned above. It's not a bad thing at all, just can be a little intimidating at times. But as Erik said, opinionated people should be valued more than those without any, so overall I'd say you're a fun and stimulating person to talk to, even if you do sometimes make my brain hurt.

*Hugs, kisses, crotch feeling*
!J.O.O.E.! - 30.03.2014 at 19:52  
Written by Apothecary on 30.03.2014 at 19:43

I think the reason you irritate some people with your statements (including me ) is because you know yourself and your beliefs very well, and you can articulate them in a way that forces people to come to terms with theirs and do the same, as you mentioned above. It's not a bad thing at all, just can be a little intimidating at times. But as Erik said, opinionated people should be valued more than those without any, so overall I'd say you're a fun and stimulating person to talk to, even if you do sometimes make my brain hurt.

*Hugs, kisses, crotch feeling*

I'm good with that. I don't expect everyone to like me all the time, that's ultimately not my aim in my life (I'm not a people person anyway believe it or not) but perhaps I'm not always the most understanding of other's feelings. Probably because I tend to make my points as impersonal and subject-based as possible when it comes to certain topics and I can get a little incredulous when some people show a distinct lack of logic and let personal bias intervene. But yeah, I don't mind being the forum "dick" as long as people don't throw unreasonable accusations at me (like being called "the forum bully" by a certain party). Maybe I'm a little forum autistic; I just don't understand people who get annoyed over internet discussion
Zaphod - 30.03.2014 at 20:50  
This album wouldn't feel terribly out of place on a list of albums that feel out of place.
!J.O.O.E.! - 30.03.2014 at 20:56  
Written by Zaphod on 30.03.2014 at 20:50

This band wouldn't feel terribly out of place on a list of albums that feel out of place.

Great album that, and pretty unique I think.
Zaphod - 30.03.2014 at 21:02  
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 30.03.2014 at 20:56

Great album that, and pretty unique I think.

Indeed, just discovered it today actually.
psykometal - 31.03.2014 at 03:23  
Still need to check that Omnerod out. It's on my list for when I get back home in a week.
Apothecary - 31.03.2014 at 03:55  
Written by Zaphod on 30.03.2014 at 20:50

This album wouldn't feel terribly out of place on a list of albums that feel out of place.

Alrighty, looks like I got three pretty good recs going here. Surely there might end up being some non-MS albums on here... or who knows, I could add the bands, if I don't get too lazy
Zaphod - 31.03.2014 at 04:18  
Written by Apothecary on 31.03.2014 at 03:55

Alrighty, looks like I got three pretty good recs going here. Surely there might end up being some non-MS albums on here... or who knows, I could add the bands, if I don't get too lazy

Do you have that permission? Because then there's no excuse not to add them
Apothecary - 31.03.2014 at 05:08  
Written by Zaphod on 31.03.2014 at 04:18

Written by Apothecary on 31.03.2014 at 03:55

Alrighty, looks like I got three pretty good recs going here. Surely there might end up being some non-MS albums on here... or who knows, I could add the bands, if I don't get too lazy

Do you have that permission? Because then there's no excuse not to add them

I do, but I honestly am pretty busy as of late with classes, and especially because of Roadburn with Marcel and Rodrigo in a week, so really need to start prepping for that. I'll check them all out and try to add this week though.
Zaphod - 31.03.2014 at 05:16  
Written by Apothecary on 31.03.2014 at 05:08

I do, but I honestly am pretty busy as of late with classes, and especially because of Roadburn with Marcel and Rodrigo in a week, so really need to start prepping for that. I'll check them all out and try to add this week though.

Alright, Roadburn's a good excuse
Lethrokai - 01.04.2014 at 19:09  
Just found this, although I've yet to find a way to get the full album. A possible addition to the list?
Hardcore Anal Hydrogen - The Talas of Satan
!J.O.O.E.! - 06.04.2014 at 15:33  
Not sure if you were even aware but there's a new Cosmic Dead album, released on the fantastic Paradigms Recordings:

Apothecary - 06.04.2014 at 15:40  
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 06.04.2014 at 15:33

Not sure if you were even aware but there's a new Cosmic Dead album, released on the fantastic Paradigms Recordings:

Oh boy, gotta get on that! Not too sure if it'd be fitting for this list, though, but I'll see
!J.O.O.E.! - 06.04.2014 at 15:44  
Written by Apothecary on 06.04.2014 at 15:40

Oh boy, gotta get on that! Not too sure if it'd be fitting for this list, though, but I'll see

I dunno, this one takes the psychedelia to the absolute max to the point where it probably wouldn't look out of place here.
Apothecary - 06.04.2014 at 15:45  
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 06.04.2014 at 15:44

I dunno, this one takes the psychedelia to the absolute max to the point where it probably wouldn't look out of place here.

I'll take your word for it, will def give it a solid spin before I leave for Marcel's on Tuesday
psykometal - 06.04.2014 at 16:00  
Have thou discovered Aenaon yet? Greek avantgardian prog black metal. I've been listening to them off and on since their new one released a couple months ago, and it's just now clicking for me. Fucking love it! And just realizing it's right up your alley.

They're even on the same label as HSN, and have been beating them on the Storm Charts for months.
Apothecary - 06.04.2014 at 16:10  
Written by psykometal on 06.04.2014 at 16:00

Have thou discovered Aenaon yet? Greek avantgardian prog black metal. I've been listening to them off and on since their new one released a couple months ago, and it's just now clicking for me. Fucking love it! And just realizing it's right up your alley.

I spun it once or twice about a month ago, and indeed, it's great stuff. Dunno if it should really go on here though, cuz if it does, I'm sure people would start saying I should add Morbus Chron too, which is a definite no no. Might have to come back to listening to it though, now that you mention it.
psykometal - 06.04.2014 at 16:17  
Written by Apothecary on 06.04.2014 at 16:10

I spun it once or twice about a month ago, and indeed, it's great stuff. Dunno if it should really go on here though, cuz if it does, I'm sure people would start saying I should add Morbus Chron too, which is a definite no no. Might have to come back to listening to it though, now that you mention it.

I wouldn't quite compare it to Morbus Chron. I seem to recall MC being quite a bit more standard than this; I could be wrong though, I haven't listened to them in a couple weeks ). Hell, Aenaon has sax and harmonica and shit, dude.
Troy Killjoy - 07.04.2014 at 04:21  
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 06.04.2014 at 15:33
Not sure if you were even aware but there's a new Cosmic Dead album, released on the fantastic Paradigms Recordings:

Sexy as fuck. Thanks for the indirect rec.
!J.O.O.E.! - 07.04.2014 at 10:03  
Written by Troy Killjoy on 07.04.2014 at 04:21

Sexy as fuck. Thanks for the indirect rec.

My pleasure. It's quite the mind work-out session.
Troy Killjoy - 07.04.2014 at 10:21  
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 07.04.2014 at 10:03
My pleasure. It's quite the mind work-out session.

For sure. Seems all of their albums are up on Bandcamp too. If the rest live up to this I think I might have to part with some money.
Alex Fenger - 04.06.2014 at 21:37  
You should definitely check out this collab between Stephen O'Malley, Randall Dunn, and Oren Ambarchi.

Apothecary - 04.06.2014 at 21:50  
Written by Alex Fenger on 04.06.2014 at 21:37

You should definitely check out this collab between Stephen O'Malley, Randall Dunn, and Oren Ambarchi.

Hmm, I know O'Malley of course, but who are the other guys?
Alex Fenger - 04.06.2014 at 22:17  
Written by Apothecary on 04.06.2014 at 21:50

Hmm, I know O'Malley of course, but who are the other guys?

Dunn has produced material from Sunn O))), Earth, and Boris. Ambarchi has a rather extensive discography with a variety of groups and in his solo career. Both are extremely talented
mz - 27.10.2014 at 02:17  
Is this list updated?
Apothecary - 27.10.2014 at 03:04  
Written by mz on 27.10.2014 at 02:17

Is this list updated?

It needs to be. A lot. I've been lazy.

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