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The Unsettling Sound Of Tritones, The Devil's Interval

In music theory, the tritone is an interval of three whole steps that can sound unresolved and creepy. Over time, the sound has wound up in jazz, rock and even Broadway musicals.

Ending, A Beginning Bonobo & Dustin O'Halloran
Nothing Really Blue Penguin Cafe Orchestra
Analogarythms Connect Four Orchestra
White Cedar The Mountain Goats
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Town & Country Bibio
Vincent Car Seat Headrest
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Sweet Hour of Prayer Cyrus Chestnut
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Migrant And Refugee Advocates Call On Trump To Tone Down Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric

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Holland Cold Specks
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Dirty Water The Standells
As Far as the Eye Can See Do Make Say Think
Bees Caribou
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Lost Fur Reprise Carter Burwell
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Exchange Massive Attack
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Can It All Be So Simple El Michels Affair

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California Voters May Force Meat And Egg Producers Across The Country To Go Cage-Free

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The Unsettling Sound Of Tritones, The Devil's Interval

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Danse macabre, symphonic poem in G minor, Op. 40 Charles Dutoit (conductor)
Exploding Whale (Doveman Remix) Sufjan Stevens
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