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Inbox Jukebox: A Weekly Shortlist of Good New Music. Coil, Karl Blau, Superorganism, and More

Inbox Jukebox reviews five excellent new songs by Coil, Karl Blau, Superorganism, Wizdumb, and Do Pas O. by Dave Segal Coil's long-out-of-print audio hallucinogen is back in circulation. Dais Records Coil, “7-Methoxy-ß-Carboline- (Telepathine)” (Dais). It's strange to play something off Coil's Time Machines during working hours; this music doesn't pair well with daylight and responsibility.
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