SOUNDS

BOX OF BREATH
release date February 1, 2020

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EXTRA-DELUXE-SUPREME

Our 3rd studio album with a 16 page booklet
The Tuvan throat singers Alash appear on two songs

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CICADA

Hazmat Modine's 2nd Studio CD

13 tracks with a 24 page booklet 
with special guest appearances by
Natalie Merchant, Kronos Quartet,
and Gangbé Brass Band

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Hazmat Modine Bahamut cd

BAHAMUT

Our first CD

68 minutes with 15 tracks and a fancy 16 page booklet!
The amazing Huun Huur Tu
appears in collaboration on three songs 

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LIVE

An hour of  music - 
8 live tracks made over the last 10 years in 5 countries. 
Includes Hazmat classics: Bahamut, Everybody Loves You, Walking Stick, So Glad, and The Tide plus three tunes only performed live: Something You Got, Baby Please Don't Go, and Catfish Blues. 
Special Guests: Steve Baker, Huun-Huur-Tu, & Jim Campilongo.

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Hazmat Modine appears in collaboration on two songs
on Natalie Merchant's epic CD:

LEAVE YOUR SLEEP

Artwork of Natalie Merchant's latest release Leave Your Sleep, featuring Hazmat Modine on 2 songs

12. The Blind Men and The Elephant
13. The Peppery Man

BAHAMUT ON THE RADIO:

"Alien and Familiar: The Music of Hazmat Modine"
HAZMAT Modine on ALL THINGS CONSIDERED, NPR
review by Banning Eyre


"Soundcheck"
HAZMAT Modine live on WNYC , 93.9 FM
with host John Schaefer


"The World"
HAZMAT Modine "Global Hit" Interview
with host Marco Werman
on the PRI/BBC radio program


"Tuvan Blues"
Radio profile of our collaboration with Huun-Huur-Tu featured on
"The Next Big Thing"


"Tuesday's Just as Bad"
HAZMAT Modine live on WKCR RADIO, 89.9
Tuesday, May 24th, 2005