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Late Night Pharmacy

by the Deepsleep Narcotics Co.

an experimental and electronic blend of funk, jazz and hip-hop.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Invisible Planets
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2. Junky
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3. Rise Up
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4. Dog Dreams
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5. Reservoir
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We are the Deepsleep Narcotics Co. We are a digital/analog trip hop trio based in Seattle WA. Our music has been compared to groups as disparate as the Residents, Massive Attack and Soul Coughing, although our sound is quite unlike any of these groups. All of our music has a narrative element to it. Sometimes there is spoken word, and sometimes the story is told with soundscapes, but the listener is always taken on a journey.

New Release:
Late Nite Pharmacy
©2006 the Deepsleep Narcotics Co.

Track List:
1 Invisible Planets
2 Junky
3 Rise Up
4 Dog Dreams
5 Reservoir


Name: DJ Samurai Lincoln
Instrument: Decks and Computers
Musicians he ripped off the most: Kid Koala, Mark De Gli Antoni, Beck
Spare time interest: Spinning music for all sorts of party people.
sets dials to booty shake-the Stranger

Name: Aydin Tankut
Instrument: bass/electric guitar/Computer
Musicians he ripped-off the most: Juan nelson, Robert Deleo, Stuart Zender
Spare-time interest: plasma-wall interactions in a field-reversed
configuration device

Name: the people's jay
Instrument: Drums and Computers
Spare time interest: the people, drums and computers, blunts
Most likely to: get drunk and scream, bring about the people's
evolution to a higher existence.
Previous incarnation: Susan


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Deepsleep are master groove-smiths. If Rise Up doesn't give your nipples a lift, then you probably need to listen while standing closer to an air conditioner.

Recently I heard from credible sources, that after listening to Junky, Laura Bush immediately joined the DC chapter of the 420 club.

Invisible Planets has a timeless jazzy backbeat mixed with inspired synthetic poetry.

Overall, extremely creative new sound. This is a fantastic first album from Seattle's next revolutionary alternative Jazz-mo-hiptronic band.