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Review:
The Nomad imprint presents an intriguing various artist compilation entitled The Red Sines which features a range of up-and-coming talent. Opening the album is a quirky cut from Ezra called "Coming From Far" which pairs a vocal with a melancholy instrumental drone. Other noteworthy moments across the selection include the sparse, bass-driven devilry of De Niro in "Black Market"; the dubbed out "Ignorance" by D-Operation Drop and the deeply atmospheric "Transition" by Sublmnl with its tribal pattering bongo drums. Tuzzy makes an interesting outro with the taut, synth-driven "Bluemoon" which rounds off the album beautifully.

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