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The Fairline Parkway

The Fairline Parkway is made up of multi-instrumentalists Zach Okun and Raj Gadhia. The duo released their debut, self-titled record on Lazyline Press in fall 2002. Later on, they parted organization, with Okun shifting to Arizona, after that to Portland, OR, where he worked well as a studio room engineer and used Antlerand, the Kingdom, as well as the Minders, while Gadhia, located in Washington, D.C., became a member of the music group Roofwalkers. Eventually, both reconvened the Fairline Parkway with fresh users Ben Licciardi, Krista Clear, and Elmer Clear, and performed the SXSW music meeting in 2007. They slice a second recording, A Memory space of Open Areas, that was released by Washington, D.C.-centered label The Kora Records on, may 27, 2008.

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