Thursday, May 19, 2011

Luke Eargoggle/Johan Inkinen/240 Interceptor/Kid Ginseng

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Aviators V/A

Label Design by Tiffany Pilgrim.

Flight 007 will be arriving on schedule. The Kraftjerkz Aviators meet as Sweden’s Luke Eargoggle, Johan Inkinen, 240 Interceptor, and the American Kid Ginseng. The first order of business is the Swedish “Autopilot.” Let the bassed-up crowd find delicate layers a la Faceless Mind amidst of our favorite “Numbers” beat. Kid Ginseng makes a 150 bpm “Computer World” turn with “X-1 Speed of Sound.” There is a bonus beat on side B, stripped, drums-only. When recently aired on Intergalactic FM, The Hague’s I-F slipped when he said the record was probably from Gothenburg etc. We enjoyed that. Flying private, commercial, or government aircraft becomes a mere subject when the launch of Flight 007 affirms that this soundtrack is, in fact, both below and above the clouds. Don't be late.

Kid Ginseng "I Said I'd Take You to China, 2011"

Kid Ginseng "I Said I'd Take You to China, 2011" by Kraftjerkz

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