On any other occasion if we asked you if you had an hour and twelve minutes to listen to a mixtape about Lucifer we wouldn’t be surprised if you bowed out gracefully, but this time you might want to give it a chance, because by Lucifer we mean Lucifer, the second album in two years from the Los Angeles married-couple pop-dub (no –step, not at all) duo Peaking Lights. To get you psyched up for the record’s June 18th release, they’ve put together a mixtape that includes snippets from Lucifer as well as some favorite songs whose genres range from world-beat to glossy ‘80s new wave. We’re digging the trance-like, atmospheric drones and, as always, those massive, undulating waves of bass – can’t wait to see what parts of this end up on the record. Check it out.
Peaking Lights Announce Lucifer Album, Release Mixtape
Phil Elverum’s music as Mount Eerie never made much sense to me until I moved…
He played every track on the record, including french horn.
The newest from Dan Boeckner’s latest post-Wolf Parade project.
Our first taste from Kintsugi, their first album since the departure of Chris Walla.
We’ve got video evidence of the recording of “Jeopardy.”
That song Kanye shared to some Important Radio People the other day? Yeah, it’s on…