Labyrinth's Heart

by Clark Powell

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31tones
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31tones Music that can take you to a different place and tell you a story. Better than Medium. Favorite track: Tiresias.
crystallineAbyss
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crystallineAbyss A great album. I absolutely adore the songs, as they sound a lot like mid 2000s era flash games/animations. Gotta love it! Favorite track: Dante.
Déjà vu
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Déjà vu It's gorgeous and that's all there is to say on the matter. Very tightly conceptualized, cohesive and a joy to listen to. Favorite track: Fission.
Liza
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Liza Latest excellent release from a favourite artist. A fantastic concept album with a strong theme and engaging, interesting orchestration.
SuperflatPsychosis
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SuperflatPsychosis Really nice contemplative tracks, perfect for fall. Favorite track: Shoreline.
Rafe Saltman
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Rafe Saltman Delightful! Two years after Namesake, Plazmataz serves up an even more intoxicating bouquet of sounds in Labyrinth's Heart. I can't resist reaching for the language of wine to describe these pieces. They are glamorous and nuanced and open up like a little gift to your senses. Labyrinth's Heart is Powell's best work since Medium! Favorite track: Cruel Ulysses.
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released September 2, 2015

Cover art by the inimitable Ella Kurki: dodostad.tumblr.com

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Clark Powell Minnesota

Clark Powell (or just Plazmataz) writes music for video games, plus some other projects like Homestuck. Currently living in Minneapolis.

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