Craven Faults Erratics & Unconformities

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    • Craven Faults – Vacca Wall
    • Craven Faults – Deipkier
    • Craven Faults – Cupola Smelt Mill
    • Craven Faults – Slack Sley & Temple
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    • Craven Faults – Signal Pos
    • 1. Vacca Wall
    • 2. Deipkier
    • 3. Cupola Smelt Mill
    • 4. Slack Sley & Temple
    • 5. Hangingstones
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    Wicked, hypnotic kosmiche music tribute from Craven Faults who channel the early krautrock experiments alongside the music of their contemporaries such as Pye Corner Audio. Brilliant release!

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