By Ethan Smith
Updated November 22, 1996 at 05:00 AM EST
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Labradford

One of a handful of bands staking a claim in territory where indie rock meets electronic music, the drumless Virginia trio Labradford puts just enough sleepy melody into its meandering soundscapes to keep them recognizable as songs. Less prog than Tortoise, less peppy than Trans Am, and more melodic than Main, Labradford might put you in a trance, but they won’t put you to sleep. B+

Labradford

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