Another weird one from Light Sounds Dark (LSD, geddit?) here. Like many of the label’s releases, there are no track titles or artist names given for 3, 6, 9: The Trinity Alignment. Cast into the unknown, listeners will have to rely on the sounds within to guide them through this alien territory. As is often the case with LSD releases, the tracks here are obtuse synthscapes that flit between ambient techno, experimental electronic composition and music concrete. It’s not all stern electronics, mind - the C-Side fronts tracks with a greater emphasis on the human voice, and ‘C3’ even has a light Balearic feel to it. Will appeal to anyone who’s dug the recent Pablo’s Eye reissues on Stroom.