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Castles High, Marble Bright

by Caspian

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evanthomasdixon
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evanthomasdixon Caspian is one of the best post-rock bands to ever exist. Dust and Disquiet is one of my favorite albums of all time. And these two songs are like the final, triumphant notes to a symphony that is mostly clouded with darkness and intensity. Being able to see this band perform Castles High, Marble Bright live on my 26th birthday was one of the best experiences I've ever had in my life. Favorite track: Castles High, Marble Bright.
keikochazawa
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keikochazawa Things on this planet rarely make me feel safe. Listening to this EP does.

You say to me, 'It goes in seasons, fear not'. Now I'm convinced that I love sunny days and I equally love storms because what's past is prologue; all weather is process. I smell summer from this two-track EP just like I heard flowers blossoming from Waking Season in 2013 and encountered Moksha for the first time in snowing St. Petersburg 2009.. so beautifully warmly and gently written and conducted.
Ryan Melcher
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Ryan Melcher Only if these gents stop making music is the world truly at its end. Favorite track: Castles High, Marble Bright.
Judy Humphries
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Judy Humphries The fierce and fearless outpouring of emotion of the title track transitions seamlessly to the (at times) more introspective 127 North; the intricate percussion on this track s a real treat. This release feels like so much more than a two-track EP.
Giuseppe Di Francesco
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Giuseppe Di Francesco Classic Caspian, of course I love it! Favorite track: Castles High, Marble Bright.
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released October 20, 2016

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