German label Nonostar is known as a haven for the odd and the eclectic in a world ravaged by the winds of conformity and expectation. So it is no surprise to find Qrauer seeking shelter in such a place. The EPs Heeded and Aracusdemarcated their territory, defining the band as undefinable and drawing a line in the sonic sands they would wilfully cross to test their musical boundaries…

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