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Album Review

Boasting "the finest quality sound fidelity that can be achieved with a cheap microphone," the third record from the Anubian Lights is mysteriously enticing. Applying everything they've learned from former projects such as Pressurehed and DJ Me DJ You, the duo's eclectic exotica blends the kinkiness of '60s film soundtracks, the bouncy Moogs from synth pop, and percussive sounds from across the globe. The highlight of the album belongs to "Smoke and Mirrors," a delightful dance track that skips along with the help of a merry, androgynous vocal. For the remainder, the Anubian Lights never cease to surprise. The 70-plus minutes scurry through peculiar synth tracks and sampling, before blasting off with the 12-minute "Outer Space Music."


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Anubian Lights are a spacy, partially electronic group loosely connected to Hawkwind via one of the Lights' membership in Nik Turner's Space Ritual; other members hail from Pressurehed, Farflung, the Brain, Chrome, and Zero Gravity. The group debuted in 1995 with The Eternal Sky; it was followed in 1996 by the EP The Jackal and Nine and in 1998 by the...
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