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Editors’ Notes

L.A.’s Radar Bros. excel at psychedelically derived slowcore that injects a lazy, trippy sonic gauze over their stubborn, unhurried, stiff rhythms. Imagine the Flaming Lips on major sedation. Auditorium, the Bros.’ first album in three years, following 2005’s excellent The Fallen Leaf Pages, sticks to their playbook. The harmonies and sliding melody of “Happy Spirits” recall the ghost of Meddle/ Dark Side-era Pink Floyd, with singer Jim Putnam doing his best to not disrupt the hypnotic mood. Touring guitarist and keyboardist Jeff Palmer has been made an official member and slots into a prominent role, as his piano sits front and center for “Hearts of Crows” and “Hills of Stones” while keyboards accentuate with riffs and textures the winsome melodies that peek through “Warm Rising Sun” and “On Nautilus.” The languid pace makes for perfect sunny day dreaming. “Lake Life” sports a jauntier groove that suggests the group take their Pink Floyd influences back to the days of founder Syd Barrett and the lysergic 1960s. Yet, the group is no retro formation. They’re in the present day with one eye looking back.

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Great band, Great record, Downloaded just fine...

The Radar Bros. continue the journey deep into the canyon of sweet melodic sunburned California Folk Rock. If you are familiar with past outings, this is not a departure but it's still warm and enchanting. If you have never heard of the Radar Bros., this is a great record for introductions. Don't expect to run the treadmill with this on your iPod, but if your tastes are open to slow fuzzed out meandering songs of observation. You will enjoy many days listening and pondering the immense desolation of this landscape soundtrack.

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