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Apparat: Free Song "Black Water"

Posted on the 22 June 2011 by Hctf @hctf

Beriln electronic act Apparat, the stage name of one-man project Sascha Ring, is sharing another track of his forthcoming album The Devil's Walk , which will be released this Fall on Mute Records.

Black Water is a slow dreamy song with a sprinkling of sound effects.

(Apparat - Black Water by Mute UK)

» apparat.net

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