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Nadja is a Canadian experimental "ambient-doom" band that started as a solo project of Aidan Baker. Baker is joined by bassist Leah Buckareff, and the duo has relocated to Berlin from Toronto.
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Nadja — Sonnborner Nadja — Sonnborner
(Broken Spine BSP011, 2018, LP)
Nadja — The Bungled and the Botched Nadja — The Bungled and the Botched
(ConSouling Sounds SOUL0001, 2012, CD)
Nadja — Under the Jaguar Sun Nadja — Under the Jaguar Sun
(Beta-lactam Ring mt175a, 2009, 2CD)
Nadja — Trembled Nadja — Trembled
(Utech 024, 2008, CD)
Fear Falls Burning & Nadja — Fear Falls Burning & Nadja Fear Falls Burning & Nadja — Fear Falls Burning & Nadja
(Conspiracy core049, 2007, CD)
Nadja — Radiance of Shadows Nadja — Radiance of Shadows
(Alien8 ALIENCD72, 2007, CD)
Nadja / Fear Falls Burning — We Have Departed the Circle Blissfully Nadja / Fear Falls Burning — We Have Departed the Circle Blissfully
(Conspiracy CORE035, 2006, LP)
Nadja — Bliss Torn from Emptiness Nadja — Bliss Torn from Emptiness
(Profound Love PFL-031, 2005/2008, CD)
Nadja — Bodycage Nadja — Bodycage
(Broken Spine BSPR01, 2005/2013, CD)
Nadja — Truth Becomes Death Nadja — Truth Becomes Death
(Alien8 ALIENCD58, 2005, CD)
Nadja — Corrasion Nadja — Corrasion
(Foreshadow FSHCD003, 2003, CD)
Nadja — Skin Turns to Glass Nadja — Skin Turns to Glass
(The End TE101, 2003/2008, CD)
Nadja — Touched Nadja — Touched
(Deserted FActory DF003, 2003, CD)

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