It’s not the campy Back to the Future 80s we envision when listening to Mitch Murder’s Glass Cities but rather a darker, seedier smoke filled neon tinted checker board 8-bit glimpse into the past.
Fat vintage sequenced synth tracks map out the smooth terrain on this eight track journey through light and dark. You can’t help but imagine riding in a classic car enjoying a nice gentle breeze, hypnotized by the passing scenery. If Com Truise were the soundtrack for fast highway driving, Mitch Murder would be the side street film score for an urban sprawl. The album is due out on Sept. 12, 2012.