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4 stars A somewhat sad album to see come but at the same time a really great one. Chaos/Solipsism/Self-Projection is the last 6LA8 album before their now hiatus-state and although how long that will last or if it ever ends is not known, this collaboration with 6LA8's earlier root group Aus Rine is incredible, perhaps one of the strongest records in their large discography/short tenure.

With this record, you get the regular 6LA8 flavor with that ever-present and ever-beautiful mixture of electronic music and post-rock with touches of drone plus there is something else lingering in it a bit undefinable. Perhaps the songwriting is more concise, but honestly I could not put my finger on it. It's one of those albums that's beautiful for reasons you can't entirely define and that makes the listener love it all the more, I know I do.

Some tracks are simply brilliant "Drugs, Don't Do Kids" and the beautifully electronic suite on tracks 7-12. The avid music fan will find plenty to like and even the average progressive rock fan will find something to love. It's just a record that's fluent in so many languages, it's beautiful.

4 stars, absolutely lovely record.

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