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Editors’ Notes

This album is Mastered for iTunes. The duo of Aaron Coyes and Indra Dunis have dialed back their penchant for homespun recordings in favor of tracking these songs in a professional studio, resulting in a noticeably rounder sound. Furthermore, the second song—“Beautiful Son”—reveals that Coyes and Dunis have added a new sonic dimension to their foundations of krautrock and hazy dub. The songs on Lucifer are fleshed out with vintage analog-electro filigrees and '60s-flavored psychedelic guitars. Considering that trip-hop was born in the early '90s, their infusion of such downtempo devices in the hypnotic “Live Love” and the indie-irie “Cosmic Tides” keeps within the duo’s adoration for vintage textures. Dunis’ demure vocal performances match the album’s sedate moods throughout—especially on “Midnight,” where her coy croons make Debbie Harry’s vocals on “The Tide Is High” sound like Courtney Love by comparison. “LO HI” proves to be the album’s gem, with nearly seven and a half minutes of echo deck–saturated bliss.

Customer Reviews


Beautiful. Hypnotic. The perfect summer album.

Love it!

Listen to beautiful son!

Just Great

Found these guys today. Thank you XM Radio. Their videos are the best I have seen in some time.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Husband-and-wife duo Peaking Lights combine elements of dub, Krautrock, and psychedelic pop in their unique brand of lo-fi music. Indra Dunis (of Dynasty and Numbers) and Aaron Coyes were bandmates in the Bay Area band Rahdunes before forming a home-recording project using a drum machine, a Hammond organ, a guitar, and thick bass grooves. Two years after releasing their debut, Imaginary Falcons, the follow-up album, 936, was released on noise-heavy label Not Not Fun to glowing reviews and a widening...
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