Jem Aswad
February 06, 2004 AT 05:00 AM EST

Brooklyn’s fearless psychedelic troubadours set their controls for the heart of the sun on 2002’s intimidatingly experimental ”Each One Teach One,” but this bracing sixth full-length funnels the frenzy into more easily digestible bites. The group’s psych-rock stylings evoke the simple hypnotic drones and throbs of Suicide and early Spacemen 3, but kinetic drummer Kid Millions kicks the rhythm into the realm of advanced calculus without taming the band’s rock beast.

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