Peaking Lights’ first vinyl releases, Imaginary Falcons and Space Primitive , both appeared on Night People, and contained extremely lo-fi space-pop songs shrouded in echo and tape hiss. This album makes a set of dubby songs even dubbier, by stretching the songs out with delayed vocals and rolling drums, which at best gives an even more revitalising, refreshing edge to the songs than previously. Tiger Eyes Laid Back. The duo formed a label called Two Flowers, and re-pressed on vinyl. Husband-and-wife duo Peaking Lights combine elements of dub, Krautrock, disco, and psychedelic pop in their unique brand of cosmic music. Over the next few years, the duo largely kept busy as remixers, with clients and collaborators including Sinkane, the Charlatans UK, Roedelius, and Korallreven.
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Peaking Lights’ first vinyl releases, Imaginary Falcons and Space Primitiveboth appeared on Night People, and contained extremely lo-fi space-pop songs shrouded in echo and tape lucofer.
There have unquestionably been dub remix albums in the past that have had a level of success, particularly in the Nineties. Lucifer also comes at a time of great transition for this married couple and it reflects the possibilities that they have found during this new life era, especially with the birth of their son, Mikko- a guiding light muse for the album.
Indra Dunis of Dynasty and Numbers and Aaron Coyes were bandmates in the Bay Area band Rahdunes before forming a home-recording project using a drum machine, a Hammond organ, a guitar, and thick bass grooves. Sharon van Etten – Are We There.
In the world of dub remixes this is pretty good. The finest remixes somehow eclipse the original and become a song in their own right, or in terms of that Fatboy Slim remix of Cornershop, take a oucifer band to a new level.
They made their debut in with several limited-edition tapes and CD-Rs, including releases on the well-regarded Night People label as well as collaborations with Italian free jazz collective Jooklo. Fuck Buttons UK tour diary: In The Flat Field: Birds of Paradise Dub Version. My Lightts Dubs 4 U.
Xub would like to receive the Dazed Digital newsletter. Over the next few years, the duo largely kept busy as remixers, with clients and collaborators including Sinkane, the Charlatans UK, Roedelius, and Korallreven. Husband-and-wife duo Peaking Lights combine elements of dub, Krautrock, disco, and psychedelic pop in their unique brand of cosmic music.
How The World Sounds: But this release has the feel of a rehashed, reheated affair. The following year, NNF released Peaking Lights’ dub-heavy full-length to glowing reviews and a widening fan base. Through their studio experiments, the duo has managed to link their musical loves—dub, krautrock, analog electronic dance music, sound collages, pop music—all while maintaining cohesive songs.
Not being able to immediately recognise the original is an important consideration, or at least something that gives you a new perspective to a song, that allows you to understand and enjoy it in a new way. And then there isthe dub remix album of Peaking Lights ‘ second album release Luciferwhich is a bit like dub squared. Moving the album songs into a heavier territory, Coyes had always planned this during the inception of the initial record: Lucifer Re-Lit – EP.
Lucifer in Dub and the house-centric Lucifer Re-Lit followed. Drowned in Sound Recordings. Tiger Eyes Laid Back.
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All the Sun That Shines. To Indra and I, though there are similarities to earlier recordings, this stands on its own its changed us, or maybe we were already changed when we wrote it and it is that cathartic release. If Peaking Lights are characterised by psychedelic lo fi dub then this album is psychedelic lo fi dub dub, which in essence is pointless. The Future Of Radio.
Mexican Summer, who released Lucifer in America, also issued “More High,” a limited non-album 7″ single, in Music First Look Peaking Lights. Peaming makes a good remix?
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Subscribe to the Dazed newsletter. The duo formed a label called Two Flowers, and re-pressed on vinyl. Hear the new Lucifer in Dub album on Dazed Digital first: