New album The Space Between Dreams and Reality by JRA

2017-11-03 05:11:29 UTC


JRA creates and releases music under the philosophy of "Make the art and stay out of the results."

"The Space Between Dreams and Reality" is  a cinematic retro-futuristic album best listened to during the midnight hours, preferably while under the influence or in a state of insomnia. 

Track List

  • Limbus - 02:10 
  • Black Lodge Transmissions - 02:42 
  • A Time That Man Forgot - 02:08 
  • Rip the Ringway at the SaturnDay Fashion Show - 02:02 
  • Midnight In Venusville - 03:34 
  • Mozart's Ghost - 02:54 
  • SkyNet Is Now - 01:21 
  • The DJX-II (Cybernetic Organism) - 03:06 
  • Escape The Machine - 01:47 
  • Party at the Blast Off - Follow The Light - 04:21

Genre : experimental, retro-futuristic, electronica, instrumental, sci-fi, trip-hop

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