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Fear Rua’s new album is an intense, glitchy experimental jazz

Dylan Murphy is an artist who, through his work in the Rhode Island music scene for over a decade, has shown that there is no limit to what one can accomplish when one is committed to their artistic vision.

Dylan’s work spans many genres of music, taking influence from the diversity of musical traditions found all over the world.

His ability to play the guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, and penny whistle gives him a truly unique sound that sets him apart from other artists.

Emerging in the late 60s, rock bands like Cream, Led Zeppelin, and the Grateful Dead were ushering in a new era of modern music.

These bands were no strangers to experimentation with their setlists and sound, but they did so while still developing their own sound that would resonate with their audiences.

Dylan is one of these musicians who has experimented with many genres of music over his career.

If you’re looking for something different in the world of shoegaze, then look no further than Fear Rua.

Though their sound is often likened to that of Aphex Twin and The Residents, they are still distinctively experimental by combining rock, folk, and electronic music.

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