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Tonight at the hi-dive, the esteemed members of Rabbit Is a Sphere are unleashing their latest opus, Hope Is a Cinder that Blinks Quietly Until You Die, in the company of Joshua Novak and the Ocean Bed. A dependably engaging batch of atmospheric tunes, the four-song EP, recorded, mixed and produced by Notably Fine Audio's Colin Bricker, is an absolutely fine companion to Laps In the Sleep Saloon, the act's previous release. Hear for yourself after the jump. For your downloading pleasure, we've posted "Dispatch," the album's opener. Enjoy! -- Dave Herrera

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