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Following their highly acclaimed ARIA nominated self titled album in 2003, Permanent Evolutions is a collection of songs and soundscapes from the band's body of work of last five years. It features the Pandora radio favourite Lo Fi Groovy plus new remixes, rare unreleased tracks and film/tv music. Highlights include a remix of Permanent Revolutions by Sydney electronic producer extraordinaire Don Meers and a very rare All India Radio vocal track - the trip hop-ish For Angel, featuring the magnificent voice of Chloe Hall.
The album is a richly layered journey through the various incarnations of All India Radio since 2000, venturing from moody ambient drones and dark electronic atmospheres to lo-fi mid tempo beats with post-rock sensibilities. Scattered thoughout it all are eerie, electronically twisted streets sounds from India and Central America, Morricone-on-acid guitar twangs and general Twin Peak weirdness.
Reviews for All India Radio:
One of the most elegant and simple instrumental rock albums I've ever heard...a heavenly cloud of radiance that is simply not of the material world. I can't wait to hear more."
- Brainwashed (USA)
"The 2003 Australian Album Of The Year may well have been
recorded by an act virtually nobody has heard of. Melbourne-based All India Radio's self-titled third album is a breathtaking triumph; one of the most exquisite, ethereal, instrumental records ever made in Australia." - Mike Gee, The Brag
"One listen to the slow-motion majesty of second track "Tijuana Dream" will have folks the world over grasping for superlatives - just sheer beauty." - Luna Kafé Magazine (Norway)
"An object of rare porcelain beauty." - Magnet (USA)
Three & a half stars - Rolling Stone
4 stars "a shimmery audio dreamscape that floats in and out ofawareness" - Sydney Morning Herald
"A truly diverse piece of work with a lot to offer" - 3D World
"Turn out the lights, close your eyes and be transported to somewhere not on this earth" - The Age
"It's the kind of music that comes to you in dreams and to hear it actualised is really quite spooky" - InPress
"A performance dedicated to solely to producing beautiful soundscapes that ebb and build. As a ballpark reference that will probably piss the trio off no end, think David Lynch Twin Peaks. Very enjoyable" - In Press live review.
"This CD is fantastic...something like a soundtrack to a beautiful and strange dream." - Customer review
"You might describe it as Dj Shadow goes out west, haunted by the Twin Peaks soundtrack or country electronica or cowboy dreams, the old west on one helluva noir-ish chill pill- but whatever it inspires in you, All India Radio is a gem." - CD Baby