Peaking Lights dropped their new album Lucifer earlier this summer. Single “Beautiful Son” arrived early and it’s got an accompanying video. Now track “Dreambeat” has a new video as well. It features one grade-A gorgeous girl waltzing around New York, from Coney Island to b-boy dance parties. I, for one, would not mind taking this journey with her. Also, apparently the video was backed
I’ve always wondered how Peaking Lights’ band life changed once they had their new son, Mikko. They are an extremely psychedelic band and one who’ve noted their dual initials spell “A.C.I.D.”. Anyhow, we’re learnig the answer to that question as they’ve named a track of their new album Lucifer as a reference to him. They’ve included him in band photos (see above) and now they’ve included
Yesterday, Peaking Lights’ “Beautiful Son’ was featured on Apes on Tape. It’s a track off their upcoming, third LP Lucifer. Today, that album became available for full streaming. Cruise right on over here to give the whole thing a listen. And read our interview with Peaking Lights.
Peaking Lights have delivered a new track titled “Beautiful Son”, an ode to their one year old son Mikko. Stream the breezy, laid-back song with Indra’s lovely melodies complemented by bluesy guitar and check out our interview with Peaking Lights. “Beautiful Son” is off Peaking Lights’ new album Lucifer which is out 6/19 on Mexican Summer.
Madison, WI husband & wife duo Aaron Coyne and Indra Dunis (A.C.I.D. as they’ve noted) have an unusual way of going about music-making. Aaron uses old consumer electronics, manipulates the circuits and creates psychedelic, soaring, drone tones to accompany Indra’s vocals. The ultimate product is a unique brand of krautrock meets reggae meets sunshine psychedelia. Read our interview with Peaking Lights, watch their video for “Hey Sparrow” and listen to
Madison, WI duo Peaking Lights delivered one of our favorite albums of 2011 with 936. Check out Aaron Coynes & Indra Dunis’ brand of psychedelic, spacey, krautrock jams if you haven’t listened yet. And the Fader’s got some pretty great Peaking Lights remixes too. Anyhow, the duo has released a new video for track “Hey Sparrow” off of 936. The video is directed by Cam Archer. Check it out below, as well as our interview with Indra of
Amidst the sea of chillwave, home recordings swamping the blogosphere in the past few years Madison, WI duo Aaron Coyes & Indra Dunis stand above the pack. Indra & Aaron, better known as Peaking Lights, have crafted a unique brand of music that may share lo-fi, DIY, reverbed traits with their peers, however their creative employment of second hand consumer electronics and vintage analog gear from decades past is quite unique. Additionally, their ability to yield said