Electric Dreams With Crater

The local power-duo talk Korean art movements and corgis.

Local industrial/electronic pop group Crater put out one of our favorite records this month, Talk to Me So I Can Fall Asleep, which you can read more about in our February album roundup. But in order to get to know the duo behind the unique new sound (and Sims-spired music video) a bit better, Janice Headley of KEXP and Fantagraphics and cartoonist Robyn Jordan teamed up to log-into Crater's intriguing universe. Click on the image to read the comic in full-screen:

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