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Armonite

Armonite
Country
Italy
Profile
Armonite is an Italian project featuring Paolo Fosso (composition, keyboards) and Jacopo Bigi (violin) working with other musicians to produce progressive rock.
Website
http://www.armonite.com
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (3)
Armonite — And the Stars Above Armonite — And the Stars Above
(Purple Pyramid CLO 0826, 2018, CD)
Armonite — The Sun Is New Each Day Armonite — The Sun Is New Each Day
(Bandcamp no#, 2016, DL)
Armonite  — Inuit Armonite — Inuit
(Mellow MMP 393, 2000, CD)

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