New EP Shudder by Kriva

2017-03-14 04:33:12 UTC

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Kriva is the musical project of Washington-based musician, x-ray technologist, and outdoors enthusiast Bob Kriva. He sincerely hopes you enjoy the music.

"Shudder" is a 3-track EP featuring the full range of Kriva's unique sound, with influences ranging from heavy electronica to spacey ambience, and modern classical styles.  Drawing on the experience of a frustrating chronic illness, this EP is a brief catharsis and a glimpse at a more hopeful future.


Track List


  • Every Avenue Exhausted - 04:48 
  • They Have Pulled Down Deep Heaven on Their Heads - 04:22 
  • Recover - 03:13


Genre : electronic, ambient, electronica, modern, classical, piano

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