In the meantime, Sophiea, guitarists Bruce Anderson and Jim Hrabetin, and percussionists Dave Mahoney and Marc Weinstein will interface with their gear in a more tactile manner -- but not a wholly conventional one, judging from some of the inscrutable, far-flung atmospherics on O-Type's latest offering, Medication. The third movement in a five-album "New Edge" suite (issued via the Bloomington-based Family Vineyard label), Medication is a virtual journey to the center of your medicine cabinet. Each of the 12 cuts takes its title from potential prescription-drug side effects, such as "Exaggerated Feeling of Well-Being," "Decreased Production of Tears," "Ringing in the Ears," and the ever-popular "Metallic Taste." In turns proggy and post-industrial, Medication's ruminative swirl can easily induce "Euphoria," "Melancholy," and/or "Delirium." So be careful with that heavy machinery, and consult your physician before listening.