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lumerians - transmissions from telos vol.iv (album preview)

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    *Excerpts from the album. Now available at Experimedia.net.* New album of shambolic, lurching psych rock from Lumerians. I dig the way this stuff reminds me of VHF's mid-90s space rock era (think Doldrums et al). Surging psych-oriented bass and kraut percussion form the backbone of four heady tracks. The epic finale proves most transportive, as seething, delayed leads and drones finally resolve into a murky, driving jam. Recommended for fans of PSF, krautrock as such, the aforementioned VHF output, and even aboveground contemporary psych acts like Wooden Shjips and Comets of Fire. - Alex Cobb, Experimedia
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    Oakland-based quintet's Lumerians is specialized in administrating heavy psychedelic waves of sound and shards of light to their fellow test-subjects. Back to 2010, the Californians delivered a full-blown audio experience with their killer debut-album Transmallinia. This summer, Transmissions From Telos: Vol. IV marks a new procession of tunes from outer space, a selection of spontaneous music found on the Lumerians hard drive catacombs. Side A are fragments of raw stellar ore. Unnamed and unclassified, delivered with a thin protective lubricant to prevent violent combustion in the Earth's oxygen rich atmosphere. Side B is a trans-dimensional demon love child, imploding with raging love, but too grotesque to live in this world. Left anonymous lest the utterance of his name bring doom to us all.

    Released by: hands in the dark
    Release/catalogue number: hitd010lp
    Release date: Jul 25, 2012

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