Dave Chisholm's Wildly Imaginative Audio/visual Experience, 'Instrumental'

Dave Chisholm's Wildly Imaginative Audio/visual Experience, 'Instrumental'

By John Paul

An allegorical exploration of the idea of just how far some musicians will go to “make it”, Instrumental takes things to the extreme. 28 Jul 2017 // 9:30 AM

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// Sound Affects

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