First time vinyl press of the third album from Nottingham's ambient-spirtualist godheads, presented beautifully in a die-cut sleeve care of B.F.E. It's for good reason we've spent a great deal of time championing the previous reissues in the O Yuki Conjugate catalogue, and Peyote provides another opportunity to reassess the legacy of one of the great overlooked acts of British post-punk/industrial. Peyote is perhaps best considered in the context of its predecessor Into Dark Water, a record that first displayed OYG's affinity with the Ambient series. It's particularly the influence of Hassell and Laaraj that shines brightest here, set deep within polyrhythmic layers and shifting ethereal drones that are a little more muscular than on IDW but nonetheless deeply transportative. Transmissions from the fourth world yes, but there's a skeleton propping Peyote up that's pure northern steel, clearly positioning O Yuki Conjugate within the post-industrial continuum and consequently suggests them as at least equals of Coil, C93 et al. They might not be quite so iconoclastic (nor as fashionable), but across their first three albums they created a language and aesthetic that remains compellingly (perhaps peerlessly) immersive and - dare i say it? - otherworldly. Now the outside no longer exists, this is the perfect inner escape.