“The Eagle Has Landed,” Kim Fai‘s first release of 2013 and one that comes nearly six months after September’s Petrichor EP sees Fai blurring the genre lines yet again, blending a trance lead with churning electro house breaks. Opening with Apollo 11 soundbites, this Astronaut-friendly original builds slowly amid multi-layered synthwork only to be interrupted by a thunderous kick and guttural electro stabs. “The Eagle Has Landed” will be available on March 11th via Magik Musik.
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