Muzi - Somnolence Vol. II

Posted 4 years ago

Last July, we introduced the world to Atlanta buzzmaker Muzi and his free album Somnolence. Now, a little more than a year later, we are re-introducing the singer/songwriter with sequel project Somnolence Vol. II. Produced in-full by Paul "Shoden!1" Sheehy, the 14-track LP features previously-released single Cardiac Kid. Guitars come courtesy of the talented Tony Reyes, while the lone guest appearence on Vol. II is frequent collaborator Novel (see "Celebrate" or "Heat The Night").

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