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PEAKING LIGHTS By Seb Wheeler

936
16 January 2012
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Welcome to the world of Peaking Lights, where brilliantly heavy rhythms roll for what feels like wonderful eternity. Take a wander with debut album ‘936’ and you’ll find yourself submersed in a set of hypnotic grooves where time loses all meaning and focus turns to achieving a beatific state of mind. Originally out on ace DIY indie label Not Not Fun and now reissued on Domino-affiliated Weird World, this eight-track trip exists in a kaleidoscopic realm where heavyweight dub, stoned psychedelia, ethereal pop, motoric-cum-analogue techno beats and flashes of post-punk collide. It’s an all-encompassing experience ideal for Mixmag readers seeking transportation to a Balearic state of bliss.

File under Heavy Balearic psychedelia
Download ‘All The Sun That Shines’, ‘Tiger Eyes (Laid Back)’, ‘Birds Of Paradise (Dub Version)’
Like this? Try The Oscillation ‘Out Of Phase’ (DC Recordings)

TAGS: ALBUMS / PEAKING LIGHTS / REVIEWS / WEIRD WORLD RECORD CO

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