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Marching Church, formerly an outlet for the mostly solo musical experiments of Elias Bender Ronnenfelt (Iceage, Var), metamorphosed into a full band during the sessions for a 2014 LP on Sacred Bones, This World Is Not Enough. The installation of a permanent supporting cast of collaborators did nothing to tame the project's wild spirit, and that record was an eclectic, eccentric mix of post-punk, improv, soul music, and more. With Coming Down: Sessions in April, Marching Church reaches even further afield, backing an intensely personal A-side with a fully instrumental 21-minute free jazz odyssey.
Marching Church, formerly an outlet for the mostly solo musical experiments of Elias Bender Ronnenfelt (Iceage, Var), metamorphosed into a full band during the sessions for a 2014 LP on Sacred Bones, This World Is Not Enough. The installation of a permanent supporting cast of collaborators did nothing to tame the project's wild spirit, and that record was an eclectic, eccentric mix of post-punk, improv, soul music, and more. With Coming Down: Sessions in April, Marching Church reaches even further afield, backing an intensely personal A-side with a fully instrumental 21-minute free jazz odyssey.
616892354840
Marching Church - Coming Down: Sessions In April [Vinyl]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: SACRED BONES
Rel. Date: 02/19/2016
UPC: 616892354840

Coming Down: Sessions In April [Vinyl]
Artist: Marching Church
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock and available for pick up $14.99
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DISC: 1

1. Coming Down
2. Coming Down Part II

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Marching Church, formerly an outlet for the mostly solo musical experiments of Elias Bender Ronnenfelt (Iceage, Var), metamorphosed into a full band during the sessions for a 2014 LP on Sacred Bones, This World Is Not Enough. The installation of a permanent supporting cast of collaborators did nothing to tame the project's wild spirit, and that record was an eclectic, eccentric mix of post-punk, improv, soul music, and more. With Coming Down: Sessions in April, Marching Church reaches even further afield, backing an intensely personal A-side with a fully instrumental 21-minute free jazz odyssey.
        
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