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Seldom Seen Dust

Subtitled "The depth of the void" this ambient album strikes a catchy chord in it's listener's ear.

Marked by the addition of an Omnichord to the setup and the uplift of public recognition, Seldom Seen Dust marks DJ Habett's return to less dark shades.

"Don't care what the time is, the tide will come soon enough."

No direction to home, nothing to post, this must be a ghost, thou shall overcome.

  1. Sciengram (Ambient Rehearsal) (5:01 104)💾 OGG 💾 MP3 -
  2. Lethargism (6:16 90)💾 OGG 💾 MP3 -
  3. Twin Justice (3:42 112)💾 OGG 💾 MP3
  4. Sequel Span Orchestrated (4:36 93)💾 OGG 💾 MP3 •••
  5. Unichord Shaded Blues (5:30 108)💾 OGG 💾 MP3
  6. Strokes'n'Keys in the Attic (5:51 125)💾 OGG 💾 MP3 •••
  7. Smoke Dem Tabs (5:23 96)💾 OGG 💾 MP3 •••••
  8. Harness Core Edge (5:35 120)💾 OGG 💾 MP3 -
  9. Often Ashes (5:33 90)💾 OGG 💾 MP3 -
  10. Strums Dub (5:35 97)💾 OGG 💾 MP3 ••••
  11. My Red Roots (5:00 148)💾 OGG 💾 MP3 ••
  12. Exonomies (5:21 118)💾 OGG 💾 MP3 -