Peaking Lights: Live on Talk's Cheap WFMU Oct 27th 2011
Aaron Coyes and Indra Dunis of California-via-Wisconsin's Peaking Lights note that their initials spell A.C.I.D. and describe their music as dub-pop-psych. 936, released earlier this year on Not Not Fun, takes the duo's distinct hypnotic tapestries -- as weaved for labels like Night-People and F' it Tapes -- to more refined heights. Peaking Lights visit WFMU on a New York trip that includes the recording of their next album which may be inspired by the Ethiopian music they've been listening to (judging by this mix).
Live on Talk's Cheap WFMU Oct 27th 2011
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Jason Sigal on 11/02/2011 at 03:35PM
Aaron Coyes and Indra Dunis of Peaking Lights perform songs off of 936, released earlier this year on Not Not Fun (US) and slated for worldwide distribution.
Peaking Lights visited WFMU with 6-month old son Miko during a New York trip that includes the recording of their next album.
Video by Yvonne Szymczak
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