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Ascent Into Insignificance

by Molecules To Minds

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Wisdoms End
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Wisdoms End There is this easy way to lure me into exploring music: pick an interesting/weird band/album name and I´ll rubb my ears against it.
It pleases me a lot when not only the juggling with words is good but also the served music
Molecules To Minds did both.
So here we are with another postrock album with its very own sound.
Damn- HOW did you managed to make its sound so uplifting?!

I listened to the whole thing yesterday during a night walk home and I really needed it
It made me smile and worry less
Michael F. N. Simmons
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Michael F. N. Simmons Entzückendes, bezauberndes und mächtiges Stück. Favorite track: The Birth and Death of a Meme.
Collateral Descendant
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Collateral Descendant To those who ascend in the only way possible. - This is brilliant. Favorite track: From Eternity To Here.
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Aisiri The first post rock album I have purchased - and what a good choice I've made. Splendid music! Favorite track: From Eternity To Here.
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Molecules to Minds is a post-rock instrumental band from Brisbane, Australia.

Stream and download the debut album Ascent Into Insignificance. Pay what you want.

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released July 6, 2017

Written by Steven Stankevicius
Guitars and bass performed by Steve Stankevicius
Drums performed by Hik Sugimoto
Piano performed by Jonathan Yates
Mixed by Matt Redlich, Jonathan Yates and Steve Stankevicius
Mastered by William Bowden and Jonathan Yates
Drums recording engineers Liam Malby and Cody McWaters
Album artwork by Jeff Palm Studio


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Molecules To Minds Brisbane, Australia

Australian post-rock instrumental band.

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