The spaced-out, desert-breathing songs on Loma’s self-titled debut showcase a band whose strength lies in capturing a shadowy mystique. Playing songs from their debut, Jonathan Meiburg, Emily Cross, and Dan Duszynski join Cheryl Waters in the KEXP Live Room for this session on the Midday Show.
photo by Morgen Schuler

The spaced-out, desert-breathing songs on Loma’s self-titled debut showcase a band whose strength lies in capturing a shadowy mystique. Playing songs from their debut, Jonathan Meiburg, Emily Cross, and Dan Duszynski join Cheryl Waters in the KEXP Live Room for this session on the Midday Show. Recorded 4/16/2018. 

1. Who Is Speaking?
2. Dark Oscillations
3. White Glass
4. Relay Runner

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