Cellophane Forest {Paul DeHaven Remix}

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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Lathe cut 7" record handmade by Adam Baumeister at Meep Records. The records are super unique, clear, and square. He hand painted one side to look like stained glass and the other side has grooves containing déCollage's new song "Womb of The Dawn".

    Includes unlimited streaming of Womb of The Dawn Remixes via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    Get all 6 déCollage releases available on Bandcamp and save 35%.

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Womb of The Dawn Remixes, Magnetize, Psycholodge EP, déCollaboratory Extended Play, ;) {Outside The Parentheses} Remixes, and ∞The Telos Amaranthine∞. , and , .

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Paul DeHaven performed in déCollage at Treefort 2018 in a jam outside with 12 other bands led by Cy Dune from Akron Family. He also remixed "Womb of The Dawn"!!

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from Womb of The Dawn Remixes, released June 29, 2018

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déCollage Denver, Colorado

If Salvador Dali’s paintings were translated into music, they would sound like déCollage. déCollage is a community of artists and musicians fused together by mad audio scientist, Reed Fuchs. Their shows are known for being theatrical, avant-garde, and free-spirited. déCollage is interested in sounds for their own sake; in this way their music is World, the world of sound, the world’s sound. ... more

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