Album review: Lucifer in Dub by Peaking Lights

Published by Press Association


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Married couples make pretty good music. Jack and Meg White, Ike and Tina Turner, Johnny Cash and June Carter — and now Aaron Coyes and Indra Dunis, who, as Peaking Lights, are currently producing some of the best downtempo on the planet.

To those unfamiliar with the dark delights of electronica, krautrock and psychedelia, Lucifer in Dub might sound like the extended soundtrack of the next luxury car advert.

But for the enlightened, this record is a blissful, end-of-the-party mix of hypnotising vocal loops, melodic grooves and plodding rhythms.

It belongs in a CD rack alongside the likes of Nightmares on Wax, Fila Brazillia and Thievery Corporation — unless, and only unless, your collection’s arranged alphabetically.



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