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We’re a few weeks away from Circuit des Yeux’s new album -io. We’ve heard “Dogma” and “Sculpting The Exodus” from it so far, and today Haley Fohr is sharing “Vanishing,” another epic track that’s cinematic in scope, with piercing strings and a chaotic, explosive chorus.

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For nearly a decade, Stereogum friend and former staffer Brandon Stosuy has been one of the organizers of Basilica SoundScape, a very cool festival that has always taken place in the picturesque town of Hudson in upstate New York. For one weekend every fall, a bunch of adventurous and avant-garde musicians take over an old 19th century factory. We at Stereogum have been up to Basilica a bunch of times, and it’s always been great. Basilica obviously didn’t happen last year. This year, it’s returning, and it’s taking a different form.

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