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December 26, 1996 | SARA SCRIBNER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In Sukia's universe, thrift-store synthesizers do the cha-cha with a hypnotism record and a home entertainment organ someone's grandma might have played. With a crazy-quilt approach to old synthesizers and samples, the Camarillo-based band has concocted a sonic cocktail of a debut album--part lounge and part disco, part hip-hop and part "Lost in Space." This unusual yet infectious approach has made the off-the-wall outfit one of Southern California's most happening underground bands.
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December 26, 1996 | SARA SCRIBNER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In Sukia's universe, thrift-store synthesizers do the cha-cha with a hypnotism record and a home entertainment organ someone's grandma might have played. With a crazy-quilt approach to old synthesizers and samples, the Camarillo-based band has concocted a sonic cocktail of a debut album--part lounge and part disco, part hip-hop and part "Lost in Space." This unusual yet infectious approach has made the off-the-wall outfit one of Southern California's most happening underground bands.
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