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Feeling a little detached from things as another week begins? It’s a state of mind that is reflected by the ambient sounds of “Industrial Entrainment Number Four” (sic) from Eraserhood‘s Bob Bruhin. Think David Lynch at an early Prodigy gig and you’ll begin to get an idea of what this bleepy and mesmerizing journey into urban discontent is all about. Surprisingly though there’s some comfort to be found in the alienation offered up by this track, as if it is saying that for better or worse we are all mired in the muck together. Or, to paraphrase lyrics from Eraserhead’s signature tune, in Philly everything is fine. More of Bruhin’s engaging sounds can be heard here.