14 Songs, 1 Hour, 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Having built significant buzz with singles like "Crave You" and "Clair De Lune," the Australian production duo Flight Facilities snagged a clutch of A-list guests for their studio debut. Aussie pop princess Kylie Minogue cameos on the "Crave You" reprise, while ascendant MC Bishop Nehru spreads his buttery flow over the supple boom-bap of "Why Do You Feel" and comedian Reggie Watts adds seriously funk falsetto to the smoking grooves of "Sunshine." Finding a happy medium between sensual downtempo and pulsing house, Down to Earth posits Flight Facilities as the rightful heir of the kingdom once ruled by Thievery Corporation and Kruder & Dorfmeister.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Having built significant buzz with singles like "Crave You" and "Clair De Lune," the Australian production duo Flight Facilities snagged a clutch of A-list guests for their studio debut. Aussie pop princess Kylie Minogue cameos on the "Crave You" reprise, while ascendant MC Bishop Nehru spreads his buttery flow over the supple boom-bap of "Why Do You Feel" and comedian Reggie Watts adds seriously funk falsetto to the smoking grooves of "Sunshine." Finding a happy medium between sensual downtempo and pulsing house, Down to Earth posits Flight Facilities as the rightful heir of the kingdom once ruled by Thievery Corporation and Kruder & Dorfmeister.

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About Flight Facilities

Australia's Flight Facilities is an electronic music production duo featuring the talents of Hugo Gruzman and James Lyell. Formed in Sydney in 2009, Flight Facilities first gained notice for such singles as "Crave You," featuring Giselle Rosselli, in 2010, and the J-Award-winning "Foreign Language," featuring Jess Higgs, in 2011. In 2013, they garnered even more attention with appearances at SXSW in Austin and Australia's Falls Festival. In 2014, Flight Facilities performed at Coachella Festival in Palm Springs and released their debut full-length album, Down to Earth, which reached number three on the ARIA Albums chart and eventually went gold. In December of 2015, the duo released Live with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, documenting their ambitious symphonic concert from earlier that year. Flight Facilities returned in 2017 with the singles "Arty Boy," featuring Emma Louise, and "Stranded," a collaboration with Broods, Reggie Watts, and Saro. ~ Matt Collar

  • ORIGIN
    Sydney, Australia
  • FORMED
    2009

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