Chicago’s own Disappears have released their second full length album entitled Guider. The album may lack in melodic diversity, with each track awash in drums and only a hand full of guitar chords, but that is where Guider finds its strength. Each track seems to have its own mesmerizing quality. One of the better cuts off of this album, Halo is one of those fine examples of lo-fi drone, its pace is such that you wouldn’t fall asleep while listening to it but if you weren’t carful just might slip into a daze. That is the how you could describe the entire Guider album, it takes you up to a certain musical height then leaves you dazed but not confused.