This is Aleph’s music collection on Bandcamp.


Madrid, Spain
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Geographer & Ecologist: music addict. World traveler. Growing up strong.
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  1. A World Of Masks
    by The Heliocentrics
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    Made Of The Sun Made Of The Sun
  2. Fio da Memória
    by Luísa Maita
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    Fio da Memória Fio da Memória
  3. Another Night On Earth
    by Bree Tranter
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    A2. Deja Vu A2. Deja Vu
  4. Beautiful Losers
    by Ben & Ant
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  5. Dance Record
    by Thaddeus Nelson Jr
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    Disco Junky Disco Junky
  6. Psychmonde
    by A Love Electric
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    Jungle Earth (feat. Billy Martin and John Medeski) Jungle Earth (feat. Billy Martin and John Medeski)
    Their dark "hardcore virtuoso" sound has captured me. Besides, I attended their gig in San Jose-Costa Rica and their live performance really blew my mind...
  7. Golden Desert Sun 7"
    by Alex Zhang Hungtai
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    Golden Desert Sun Golden Desert Sun
  8. Panama! 3 Calypso Panameno, Guajira Jazz & Cumbia Tipica On the Isthmus 1960-75
    by Various Artists
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    Black Czar - Bamboo Dance Black Czar - Bamboo Dance
  9. Dark Nights
    by Avishai Cohen
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    Dark Nights, Darker Days Dark Nights, Darker Days
    The "two takes only" approach used when recording this album has filled it with power and life I can feel in each one of its tunes. There's something "ancient" and unique about it.
  10. Magalenha (a là AbJonian)
    by AbJo
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  11. Triveni II
    by Avishai Cohen
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    Safety Land Safety Land
    Unique "dirty" rhythms makes Triveni II the best jazz album I've heard in the last decade. So many references to the greatest musicians in every tune and so much inspiring talent and magic from this "heavy" & brave trio.