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Tin Can Tuesday: Stormy Weather..

In the Desert Southwest, Arizona is known for its huge dust storms, oddly called Haboobs. They are formed through a series of storm cells that intensify as they move across the desert. The cells are so close to one another that they "merge in what appears to be a solid wall of dust, reported by aircraft to extend upward to 8,000 feet."

The edgy tone of “crAZy Haboob” is like turning your instrument on 10, plugging into a vintage tube amp, growling out a raw sound that emulates the vulnerability of being on the ground, hearing and seeing this monstrous cloud of dust rolling toward you. This would be a great song to license for your next exhilarating desert film or intense marketing project.

Buckle down your devices and enjoy!

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