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  • Passage Passage Quick View

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    Passage

    This album was a considerable departure for the siblings and contained experimental material such as the Klaatu
    cover Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft" and "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" from the hit broadway play,
    Evita.
    1. B'Wana She No Home
    2. All You Get From Love Is A Love Song
    3. I Just Fall In Love Again
    4. On The Balcony Of The Casa Rosada / Don't Cry For Me Argentina
    5. Sweet, Sweet Smile
    6. Two Sides
    7. Man Smart, Woman Smarter
    8. Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft
    Carpenters
    $24.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    Cosmic Logic

    Los Angeles, California-based duo Aaron Coyes and Indra Dunis A.K.A.
    Peaking Lights are thankfully back and set to release their new album Cosmic
    Logic via Weird World Records / Domino Recording Co.


    Cosmic Logic is a heady brew of dub, kraut, minimal house, disco and pop
    influence all rendered in the inimitable Peaking Lights fashion. Recorded by
    the band themselves in a couple of LA studios and then mixed by Matt Thornley of DFA, Cosmic Logic follows the outer space pop explorations of 2012's
    critically acclaimed Lucifer and 936 before that. This time around, however,
    the band have gone for a more concise, lean approach - abandoning some of
    their psychedelic sprawl for a more pure pop experience.


    Cosmic Logic opens with the guitar and drum-heavy "Infinite Trips," a song
    which Coyes says is "an homage to the opening track 'Der Song von
    Mandelay' on The Flying Lizards debut album - we wanted to come in from
    left field." The mood of the record takes a sharp turn when the sputtering
    drum machines and spacey keyboards kick in on "Telephone Call," a song that
    tucks the cosmic into the quotidian. "It was influenced by ideas in the
    Carpenters' version of the 1977 cover of Klaatu's 'Calling Occupants of
    Interplanetary Craft,'" Coyes said. To which Dunis added: "It's about keeping
    an open mind to cosmic messages that can come from anywhere."


    The album traces a singular trajectory through Peaking Lights' current sonic
    palette, full of coruscating synths and percolating drum machines. "I think
    Aaron's rhythms are definitely influenced by whatever is on his mind:
    reggae, dancehall, funk, Afrobeat, disco, etc." Dunis said of the beats that
    power the album. Cosmic Logic both looks to other musical cultures as well
    as up to the stars for inspiration, and is a beacon in dark times, a reminder to
    be at once mindful of the terrestrial and the celestial, to be open-eared and
    open-minded.


    Or, as Dunis sings on "Telephone Call": "Use your heart and not your ears."

    1. Infinite Trips
    2. Telephone Call
    3. Hypnotic Hustle
    4. Everyone And Us
    5. Little Light
    6. Dreamquest
    7. Eyes To Sea
    8. Bad With The Good
    9. New Grrrls
    10. Breakdown
    11. Tell Me Your Song
    Peaking Lights
    $19.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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