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Ahleuchatistas

Ahleuchatistas
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Ahleuchatistas take their name from a classic Charlie Mingus tune. They are a trio (later a duo) playing complex math-rock.
Photo by Courtney Chappell, courtesy of Cuneiform Records
Website
http://www.shaneparish.com/ahleuchatistas
Related articles (5)
Releases on file (8)
Ahleuchatistas — Arrebato Ahleuchatistas — Arrebato
(Bandcamp International Anthem IARC000, 2015, CD / DL)
Ahleuchatistas — Heads Full of Poison Ahleuchatistas — Heads Full of Poison
(Cuneiform Rune 347, 2012, CD)
Ahleuchatistas — Location Location Ahleuchatistas — Location Location
(Bandcamp Open Letter OLR-002, 2011, CD / DL)
Ahleuchatistas — Of the Body Prone Ahleuchatistas — Of the Body Prone
(Tzadik TZ 8066, 2009, CD)
Ahleuchatistas — Even in the Midst Ahleuchatistas — Even in the Midst
(Cuneiform Rune 261, 2007, CD)
Ahleuchatistas — What You Will Ahleuchatistas — What You Will
(Cuneiform Rune 221, 2006, CD)
Ahleuchatistas — The Same and the Other Ahleuchatistas — The Same and the Other
(Noreaster Failed Industries (NFI) NFI-07, 2004, CD)
Ahleuchatistas — On the Culture Industry Ahleuchatistas — On the Culture Industry
(Angura Sound Ang-001, 2003, CD)

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