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Music: Field Studies Album Stream

Field Studies is the product of friendships formed on the road together last year. Austin, TX post-rock outfit This Will Destroy You and Austin/Brooklyn, NY duo Lymbyc Systym shared the road and stage together during the Winter of 2007. The end product of the days and nights spent together is this split CD/LP. Recorded over the Summer at Elmwood Studios in Dallas, TX with producer John Congleton (Modest Mouse, Explosions in the Sky, Black Mountain), Field Studies boasts two new masterpieces from This Will Destroy You and three jaw-dropping compositions from Lymbyc Systym.

Scene Point Blank presents you with an exclusive full-album stream of Field Studies, which is due out January 13th in stores via Magic Bullet Records. The album can be purchased now from the label's webstore.

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Words by Michael on Oct. 16, 2010, 11:05 a.m.

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Field Studies Album Stream

Posted by Michael on Oct. 16, 2010, 11:05 a.m.

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