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About Experimental Aircraft

Shoegazers and noise enthusiasts Experimental Aircraft weave through Indie Rock signatures with alarming dexterity. From their Sonic Youth-inspired string noise and two-note dissonance to Swervedriver's hollow, NASA-approved screech ("Sci-Flyer," "Son of Mustang Ford"), and finally Lush/MBV, Doppler-effected grooves, it's obvious they've done their homework. While an ability to mirror and medley some of '90s Alt-Rock's greatest moments deserves some respect, it's Experimental Aircraft's own style and kinetic flair that remains most impressive.

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Listen toExperimental Aircrafton Napster

Shoegazers and noise enthusiasts Experimental Aircraft weave through Indie Rock signatures with alarming dexterity. From their Sonic Youth-inspired string noise and two-note dissonance to Swervedriver's hollow, NASA-approved screech ("Sci-Flyer," "Son of Mustang Ford"), and finally Lush/MBV, Doppler-effected grooves, it's obvious they've done their homework. While an ability to mirror and medley some of '90s Alt-Rock's greatest moments deserves some respect, it's Experimental Aircraft's own style and kinetic flair that remains most impressive.

About Experimental Aircraft

Shoegazers and noise enthusiasts Experimental Aircraft weave through Indie Rock signatures with alarming dexterity. From their Sonic Youth-inspired string noise and two-note dissonance to Swervedriver's hollow, NASA-approved screech ("Sci-Flyer," "Son of Mustang Ford"), and finally Lush/MBV, Doppler-effected grooves, it's obvious they've done their homework. While an ability to mirror and medley some of '90s Alt-Rock's greatest moments deserves some respect, it's Experimental Aircraft's own style and kinetic flair that remains most impressive.

About Experimental Aircraft

Shoegazers and noise enthusiasts Experimental Aircraft weave through Indie Rock signatures with alarming dexterity. From their Sonic Youth-inspired string noise and two-note dissonance to Swervedriver's hollow, NASA-approved screech ("Sci-Flyer," "Son of Mustang Ford"), and finally Lush/MBV, Doppler-effected grooves, it's obvious they've done their homework. While an ability to mirror and medley some of '90s Alt-Rock's greatest moments deserves some respect, it's Experimental Aircraft's own style and kinetic flair that remains most impressive.