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Sound Tribe Sector 9

Offered Schematics Suggesting Peace

Landslide

It’s like techno’s answer to computer nerds. Completely recorded live, Offered Schematics Suggesting Peace is a CD like none other. Too slow for raving, too complicated for zoning, and colored with flute highlights, it’s a brainchild in action. Except for their Web site (http://www.sts9.com), they’re rather a mysterious group. With two tour dates set so far, they’re brand new and seem to be having fun with the music. Pick it up if you want a change of pace, among other things.

Landslide Records, http://www.landsliderecords.com


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