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Married Wisconsin dub duo Peaking Lights have a new album called Lucifer coming out in June, and they've already posted a mix of album tracks and influences. Today, we get to hear "Lo Hi," the LP's…   Read Story »
Last year, the married Wisconsin synth-dub duo Peaking Lights broke out with their album 936. They're already planning to unleash the self-produced follow-up album Lucifer on us this summer. And to…   Read Story »
Hey, everybody, it's that time again! South By Southwest 2012. Are you ready? How's your hashtag game? Can you feel the early-onset FOMO? As the Austin institution grows larger and larger, with more…   Read Story »
The baby-toting Wisconsin dub duo Peaking Lights are just now finishing a breakout year, in which they dropped both the much-liked 936 album and, um, a baby. And on a recent BBC session with Maida…   Read Story »
Today, Madison, WI husband/wife duo Peaking Lights unleash a verdant video for 936 standout "Hey Sparrow." Check out the Cam Archer-directed video down below. 936 is out now on Weird…   Read Story »
The married Wisconsin dub duo Peaking Lights will soon release a new remix EP, and one of the contributions comes from the spaced-out Oakland rap duo Main Attrakionz, who combine two Peaking Lights…   Read Story »
When two spacey, psychedelic home-electronic production duos get together, it stands to reason that the results should be extra-spacey and extremely psychedelic, right? In this case, anyway, that…   Read Story »
The Wisconsin production duo Peaking Lights have remixed "End Of The Night," a languid glam-rock jam from Smith Westerns' recent album Dye It Blonde. In their hands, it's a vaguely peppy lo-fi dub…   Read Story »
Last year, right around the time summer turned to fall, we at Stereogum published our list of the 40 best new bands of the year. The idea of a "new" band is a pretty nebulous one, since many of the…   Read Story »
The March edition of our Monthly Mix series runs the gamut from South London mixtape hip-hop, to lady-baiting R&B, pop, to lady-fronted arpeggiated-vocal ukulele/sax funk. Or at least it runs that…   Read Story »