SDF - Rhythm Of The Rubicon

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Parkinson, A., Marchant, O. and Whalley, L. (2022). SDF - Rhythm Of The Rubicon. Lost Map Records.
CreatorsParkinson, A., Marchant, O. and Whalley, L.
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MusicianBradfield, J.
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Rhythm of the Rubicon is an 8 track album of electronic machine folk recorded during a residency at PRAH studios in Margate and mixed at LSBU's Elephant Studios.

Keywordselectronic music; synth pop
Date26 Aug 2022
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Web address (URL)https://www.lostmap.com/products/sdf-rhythm-of-the-rubicon
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Deposited27 Apr 2023
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