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Omahara

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Inna Reflexions Music that paints a picture as vast as that cover art, an amazing journey. Favorite track: (Untitled).
John Cratchley
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John Cratchley Not many pieces of music, I think, successfully allow the listener both subjective and objective perspectives...an observer of, and a participant in, the aural landscape...this album mysteriously makes it possible...
Tolujin
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Tolujin As if creating this majestic monumental music wasn't enough, you then get the great James Plotkin to master it, and make it available in 24-bit. We don't deserve you! Favorite track: (Untitled).
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clouddasher This album so perfectly captures this feeling of the majestic, but brutal wilderness. It is so perfect in a way that you reflect on all of the noises and where they fit into nature. In parts where it's fast and dark, it almost seems like either two animals fighting, or that a predator is chasing prey.
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    Omahara's new album is over an hour of new material spread across two 12" records in a gatefold jacket. The records are hazy/clear. Copies are limited.

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about

Omahara play dark, hypnotic, ritual drone.

Their music is quiet, brooding and isolating - influenced by the ancient expanses of their home in Tasmania.

Each performance stems from an improvisation reflecting a particular psychological landscape, in which the individual is annihilated and the listener is invited to vanish into themselves.

This sonic journey will be appreciated by fans of Sunn O))), Locrian, Mammifer and Earth.

www.facebook.com/OmaharaBand

credits

released July 13, 2017

Recorded & Mixed by Ivan Johnston and Omahara.

Mastered by James Plotkin.

Artwork by Dominique Tempone.

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Omahara Hobart, Australia

Omahara are an instrumental, dark ambient trio from Hobart, Tasmania.

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