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Octopus Syng

Octopus Syng
Country
Finland
Profile
Octopus Syng is a psychedelic band based in Helsinki, led by composer Jaire Pätäri.
Website
http://www.octopus-syng.tk
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Releases on file (11)
Dave Thompson — The Incomplete Angler - 10 Years of Fruits de Mer Records Dave Thompson — The Incomplete Angler - 10 Years of Fruits de Mer Records
(Dave Thompson Books, 2018, TPB)
Octopus Syng — Victorian Wonders Octopus Syng — Victorian Wonders
(Mega Dodo DODOLP31 / DODOCD31, 2018, LP / CD / DL)
Various Artists — Tiddlywinks Various Artists — Tiddlywinks
(Mega Dodo no#, 2017, CD / DL)
Octopus Syng — Hollow Ghost / Rochelle Salt Octopus Syng — Hollow Ghost / Rochelle Salt
(Mega Dodo DODOLP10 / DODOCD10, 2016, LP/CD)
Octopus Syng — Reverberating Garden No. 7 / Flaming Octopus Syng — Reverberating Garden No. 7 / Flaming
(Mega Dodo , 2016, 7")
Various Artists — A Séance at Syd’s Various Artists — A Séance at Syd’s
(Mega Dodo 978-0-9544528-6-5, 2015, 2CD+Book)
Various Artists — A Momentary Lapse of Vinyl Various Artists — A Momentary Lapse of Vinyl
(Fruits de Mer crustacean 60, 2014, 2CD)
Octopus Syng — Reverberating Garden Number 7 Octopus Syng — Reverberating Garden Number 7
(Mega Dodo DODOLP 6, 2014, LP)
Octopus Syng — Birds of Morning Are Never Late Octopus Syng — Birds of Morning Are Never Late
(Nasoni 070-2, 2007, CD)
Octopus Syng —  Beyond the Karmadelic Coldness, There's the Lovedelic Warmth Octopus Syng — Beyond the Karmadelic Coldness, There's the Lovedelic Warmth
(Nasoni 030, 2004, LP)
Octopus Syng — Rainbow Coloured Mandala Octopus Syng — Rainbow Coloured Mandala
(Universal Vibes UV 001, 2000, CD)

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