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Boomkat Product Review:
According to the press bollocks that accompanies the album, 'Lunar Eclipse' was recorded in 30 hours that "inadvertently happened to take place on the equinox, lunar eclipse and the winter solstice of 2004"… Although not explicitly mentioned, we have it on good authority there was a Wickerman-style naked dance going on outside at the time too. The coming together of Tom Carter (Charalambides) and drone maestro Robert Horton, 'Lunar Eclipse' is so hypnotic it could do with a 'Don't Operate Heavy Machinery' warning on the sleeve. At times veering dangerously close to giving us our first Prog-Drone album (in fact, f*ck it; with that title they have), Tom Carter delights in assailing Horton's Pacific deep thrum with Neil Young psychedelia. Listing his instrument tally as consisting of merely guitar and lap steel, it's Horton's mention of a 'sex machine fuse' that really intrigues, and it is this kind of aural tease that makes the album such a satisfying listen. Likely to appeal as much to fans of The Hafler Trio and (R) as it will the more conventional drone zealots, Carter and Horton have made an oddly fluid record which is far more accessible than their combined heritage might suggest. Capes not included.