Sensitive Chaos | Live at the Mudlark Public Theater

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Live at the Mudlark Public Theater

by Sensitive Chaos

When their album 'March of the Timeshifters' was nominated for a Zone Music Best Electronic Album of 2015, members of the band decided to attend the awards ceremony in early May 2016 and perform a show in New Orleans the night before. This is that show.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Ghosts of Arabi (Live)
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2. Best Bank Second Line (Live)
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3. Blues Right Quick (Live)
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4. Band Introductions (Live)
0:38 album only
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5. Android Cat Watches Birds
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6. Groove Static
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Sensitive Chaos is a collection of musicians from around the world that typically only perform together from the comfort of their studios on the six albums made to date. When their 'March of the Timeshifters' album was nominated by Zone Music Reporter as the Best Electronic Album of 2015, they knew they were going to attend the award show to see if they won. And then it dawned on them to book a show in New Orleans the night before the festivities and celebrate actually being in the same town at the same time. They found a cool performance venue in New Orleans and Jim Combs, Josie Quick, and Christian Birk were able to play some never-heard-before, never-to-be-heard-again music. They opened for Justin Blaire Vial's allthecolorsofthedark with Mark Loque, and Proud Father closed out the evening.

This recording is a souvenir of that evening for all the folks that attended and those that were not able to make it to the show.

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