Long ago, we interviewed The Get, Edwin Jantunen's multifaceted, emerald-y gem of a project. Back then, it was equal parts dubstep track production, Sumsun sidekick, remix mastery; he also co-founded the short-lived but brilliant Lush Haus party. His music was pretty potent stuff, and most of it has all but disappeared.
Jantunen has reemerged as Henry Krinkle
, a funny moniker
to name something that ought to never be anonymous: the dub-inflected first single, "Come Back To Me," is, appropriately, a dope comeback. As daydream-inducing as his earlier tracks, it's smoother this time, more rounded, all grown up.
Says the man himself: "'The Get' is no more -- for now, at least. My new alias is Henry Krinkle... I plan on doing it big with this project, but I will let the music speak for itself, for now."
Tonight at Vagabond's ((SHAKE)) party, Henry Krinkle will debut his live act while opening for Shuttle Life
, who are premiering their new mixtape, Hover Mode
. Listen to "Come Back To Me" here and click around his BandCamp
to get yourself in the mood; we can only imagine what this will sound like with heavier, real-life bass.
((SHAKE)) with Shuttle Life, Henry Krinkle, and DJs Ashworth, Rob Riggs, and A-Train. Live painting by Ticoe RBG. Thursday, February 9, at The Vagabond (30 NE 14th St., Miami). RSVP to Shake305@gmail.com for no cover. View the event page.
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