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30-09-2014, 05:31
Music | Pop | Electronic

Peaking Lights - Cosmic Logic (2014)

Artist: Peaking Lights
Title Of Album: Cosmic Logic
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Domino Records
Genre: Electro, Pop, Dub, Chillwave
Total Time: 45:57 min
Format: Mp3
Quality: CBR 320 kbps
Total Size: 112 mb

Los Angeles duo Aaron Coyes and Indra Dunis, AKA Peaking Lights will release new album Cosmic Logic through Weird World on October 6th 2014. First single ‘Breakdown’ comes out on the same day.

Vivid, nocturnal and sensual, the eleven lean and lithe pop songs of Cosmic Logic follow 2012’s much-lauded Lucifer and are another progression in the band’s ever-evolving sound; their free-wheeling, far-reaching production and mesmeric, mantra-like songwriting pushing into brighter, bolder spaces than ever before.

Recorded by the band themselves in their newly built Los Angeles studio, many of the luminous sounds used on Cosmic Logic were designed by Coyes himself over the eighteen months of its making. The record was completed with the help of Matt Thornley (DFA, LCD Soundsystem) at C’mpny Studios in LA in the spring of 2014.

Even in an era where omnivorous consumption and assimilation of different cultures has become almost common place in pop, there remains something special about the depth and passion of Coyes and Dunis’s musical knowledge as evident on Cosmic Logic.

It’s a record where a loving homage to ‘Der Song von Mandelay’ – the first song on The Flying Lizards’ debut album (opening track “Infinite Trips”), The Carpenters re-interpretation of 70’s prog rockers Klaatu (the interplanetary groove of “Telephone Call”) and the deliriously catchy digi-dub of lead single “Breakdown” all coalesce with elements of Jamaican digital dancehall, Cosmic Italo, Chicago house and acid house, Afrobeat and Zamrock, early west coast hip-hop and disco boogie crossover into something both instantly recognisable and delightfully alien. Looking both to other cultures and the cosmos for inspiration, Cosmic Logic is a record that searches – a beacon in dark times.

Or, as Coyes puts it -- “Peaking Lights’ whole thing has always been based on an idea of ‘Fucked Modern Pop but exactly what that is, we don’t know…we’re still trying to figure that out.”


01. Infinite Trips 3:08
02. Telephone Call 4:05
03. Hypnotic Hustle 4:23
04. Everyone And Us 3:44
05. Little Light 4:18
06. Dreamquest 3:48
07. Eyes To Sea 3:55
08. Bad With The Good 4:28
09. New Grrrls 4:47
10. Breakdown 4:38
11. Tell Me Your Song 4:45

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