Similar Fashion at Hollow Earth Radio Seattle (FULL SET) Sept 21, 2016

0:22 We Watched the Car Sink
5:20 One Moment Here
13:35 Melonface
14:35 Portrait of Arthur Russell
18:50 My Heart and Lungs
24:53 Get Away

FULL vid. Filmed by Dio Jean-Baptiste
Logan Hone: saxophone
Lauren Baba: viola
Gregory Uhlmann: guitar
Jesse Quebbeman-Turley: drums

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