Geodesique's single "Falling Star" could conjure up visions of meteor showers or Amanda Bynes, but we're hoping for the former. On their latest album Hologram, the trio have written a collection of songs that they've allowed to breathe, grow, and mutate a different animal than any of them could have ... More >>
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