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HM

Hallow Moon

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1
On the Tide
Hallow Moon
6:24
2
Night Song
Hallow Moon
4:09
3
Sign of the Beast
Hallow Moon
5:28
4
Love Song
Hallow Moon
4:17
5
Ghost World
Hallow Moon
6:35
6
Morning Song
Hallow Moon
5:26
7
Blue Million
Hallow Moon
4:05
Total Playing Time    36:24
"... a credible candidate for what this city ought to sound like if we were offering Welcome Wagon mix tapes to pot tourists ... HM never breaks from its mid-tempo daydream and seems to assiduously avoid anything like an obvious hook ... Kramer and his bandmates favour winding explorations of inner space and vintage-sounding effects pedals ... this is guitar music you can spend a long time digesting ..."
- The Georgia Straight

This second album from Vancouver indie psych rock band Hallow Moon, released in September 2015, was recorded and produced by the group's vocalist and guitarist Randy Kramer in his former house, now demolished.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blind Blind Tiger Studio Masters

Produced, engineered and mixed by Randy Kramer
Mastered by Spencer Carson
Recorded at 357 West King Edward Ave., Vancouver, BC (demolished)

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