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Cosmic Coffin – Cosmic Coffin Compilation Album Vol 1.

Cosmic Coffin’s first compilation is a weird object. Don’t try to understand, just press play and enjoy the trip. Vaporwave, Minneapolis Sound, indie rock and traditional folk: Cosmic Coffin always have something in store to satiate your novelty cravings. 

Favorite artists and tracks: 3 (Paddy J), 5 (Frankie Death), 11 (Taken By Fish).

Links: Bandcamp / Instagram / YouTube / Discogs

“Cosmic Coffin is an independent music label that supports unknown recording artists. Especially those who place an emphasis on home recording.”

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