Duet for Theremin and Lap Steel's latest offering captures two sprawling masses of improvised drones too harmonious to be called avant-garde and too experimental for stuffy modern classical terms. These sounds are the product of two minds sharing a single headspace and letting the music drive – which is typical of the Atlanta duo. From the onset of the 23:56 minute opener "Live at Eyedrum," the lines are blurred as each instrument's respective whines and whirs waver in a dream state. The longer 33:18 minute piece, "Live at Kavarna," embodies everything the subconscious mind finds appealing when deciphering the beauty in whale songs, haunted house sounds and dog whistles. Here, they collide with the cerebellum in a graceful, slow-motion crash. Put it on and drift away. 4 out of 5 stars.