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 My Own Cubic Stone (7 Albums, 50 Tracks)

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My Own Cubic Stone (the name refers to Sisyphus) is a project created by Marc Garin in 2009 during a sad night on a Burgundy hill.

All of his work is influenced and structured by rhythms, by tempos, or by their absence. His musical influences are diverse, but he is more inclined to industrial, metal, baroque, and japanese medieval musics.

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917
01. 1917 (09:47)
02. 2917 (04:06)
03. 3917 (04:45)
04. 4917 (04:57)
05. 17917 (04:05)
06. 11917 (05:57)
07. 14917 (06:04)
08. 16917 (05:51)
UPLOADED:11/10/2017
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Global Entropy
01. Entropy 1 (04:39)
02. Entropy 2 (04:57)
03. Entropy 3 (04:57)
04. Entropy 4 (04:42)
05. Entropy 5 (05:42)
06. Entropy 6 (05:16)
07. Entropy 7 (04:48)
08. Entropy 8 (05:03)
09. Entropy 9 (05:39)
10. Entropy 10 (04:36)
11. Entropy 11 (04:42)
12. Entropy 12 (05:24)
UPLOADED:06/10/2017
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Perseides
01. Perseid 1 (07:16)
02. Perseid 2 (15:25)
03. Perseid 3 (10:46)
04. Perseid 4 (14:01)
05. Perseid 5 (15:28)
UPLOADED:05/02/2017
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Voices From My Sleep
01. 1st Voice (06:40)
02. 2nd Voice (06:42)
03. 3rd Voice (07:01)
04. 4th Voice (07:06)
05. 5th Voice (07:06)
06. 6th Voice (06:19)
07. 7th Voice (07:46)
08. Last Voice (07:50)
UPLOADED:01/15/2017
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UPLOADED:03/01/2017
LISTENS:12033
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UPLOADED:12/16/2014
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01
IsabellaMidgett1957 on 09/11/16 at 07:28PM
I love your music! Great job there :)
02
My Own Cubic Stone on 02/07/17 at 08:11AM
Thank You
03
Soularflair on 06/06/17 at 03:01AM
Great example of doing a lot with a little. Real subtlety here. Excellent work.
Can imagine this stuff on a soundtrack...
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