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Lovespirals / Love Spirals Downwards

Lovespirals / Love Spirals Downwards
Country
United States
Profile
Lovespirals (originally known as Love Spirals Downwards) is a United States Dream pop and Electronica band from Southern California featuring multi-instrumentalist/producer, Ryan Lum, and lyricist/vocalist, Anji Bee.
Website
http://www.lovespirals.com
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (7)
Lovespirals — Future Past Lovespirals — Future Past
(Chillcuts CHL0901, 2010, CD)
Various Artists — A Dark Noël Various Artists — A Dark Noël
(Projekt 198, 2007, CD)
Lovespirals — Windblown Kiss Lovespirals — Windblown Kiss
(Projekt 133, 2002, CD)
Love Spirals Downwards — Flux Love Spirals Downwards — Flux
(Projekt 85, 1998, CD)
Love Spirals Downwards — Ever Love Spirals Downwards — Ever
(Projekt 71, 1996, CD)
Love Spirals Downwards — Ardor Love Spirals Downwards — Ardor
(Projekt 51, 1994, CD)
Love Spirals Downwards — Idylls Love Spirals Downwards — Idylls
(Projekt 36, 1992, CD)

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