12 Songs, 53 Minutes

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
37 Ratings

37 Ratings

TokyoTrippa ,

Masterful journey into your childhood's audio subconscious

So fantastic. The 80s never died, they're right here in this album.

Paul Devro ,

Best 80’s Soundtrack of 2014

Every song awakens a different memory, visual or smell of my childhood that most 80’s songs even fail to do. Thanks Mitch!

Giant Hogweed Lives ,

Another Solid Mitch Murder Release

Interceptor is pretty varied, with a mix of synth funk, outrun, dreamwave, and even dark synth, which appears in the title track. It's pretty good darkstroll with some lo-fi accents. "Nocturne" is another dark track, but is more about atmosphere. "Race Day" is bright, galloping outrun; "Thanks For Playing" has a straight beat with a chiptune edge. "Stages" is one of my faves, a really busy and funky outrun song with a bunch of cool ideas. Along the same lines, I love "Breakazoid" and its ridiculous "HUH!" stingers. For fans of the softer side, Mitch ends with the dreamy "Traces to Nowhere". A great album for middle of the road listeners with a little something for everyone else.

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