Byzantium Crow

by Ulaan Passerine

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ZackyChrist When I first heard this, it held a soft grip. It relaxed the nerves and I actually fell asleep about 30 minutes in from being one with the music. An experience like no other. And like a drug, I always found myself coming back for more. It's dark and mysterious. Reminds me of an unknown civilization in the middle east, a myterious era brought to life. Favorite track: Untitled 1.
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E'sPsychedelicBreakfast I'm not sure what exactly it is, but this music has a really weird vibe to it. It instantly calms you down and brings you to a totally clear state of mind. Perfect for lying in bed and letting the bad things from your mind go!
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Smekermann The second part of the second Untitled track is amazing and mind-blowing and probably one of the best drone pieces I've heard. Byzantium Crow is the culmination of Steven R. Smith, both as a solo artist and also as the artist behind Hala Strana. Favorite track: Untitled 2.
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released March 18, 2014

Recorded Sept.-Dec. 2013 at Worstward Studios, Los Angeles



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