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Periphery’s Misha Mansoor Releases 1.5-Hour-Long New Track, “Red Water”


Periphery guitarist and founder Misha Mansoor continues to make the most of his time in quarantine, taking a break from his steady release schedule of TEN solo albums of older material recorded under the Bulb moniker to drop a brand new song. “Red Water,” as it’s called, is more like an album in and of itself, clocking in at over an hour and a half and consisting mostly of piano, ambient/atmospheric elements and electronic beats.

You can stream “Red Water” in full below. The schedule for release of the ten Bulb albums is as follows, including those that are already out:

Archives: Volume 8 June 12
Archives: Volume 7 June 26
Archives: Volume 6 July 10
Archives: Volume 5 July 24
Orchestral August 7
Archives: Volume 4 August 21
Archives: Volume 3 September 4
Archives: Volume 2 September 18
Archives: Volume 1 October 2
Electronic October 16

Misha joined us on a recent episode of The Quarantinecast to chat all things pandemic-related, Black Lives Matter, the difference between a band’s “best” album and his favorite, and more.

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