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Album of the Month JULY 2015

The German minimalistic synthpop act Epic Dreams was reviewed just a week ago by Luke and then it went straight into our Album of the Month of July 2015.

I think that Luke sums it up quite well with his words, "Whether it's a drive under the midnight's sky or just some downtime wherever you are, "In The Cold Light Of Day' is great listen from beginning to end."
June 2015

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