Ghostkid - The Unlikely Future Of Reverse Engineering

Release date: 14 March 2011


Ghostkid - The Unlikely Future Of Reverse Engineering - BFW recordings netlabel

Total running time: 27:42

A nicely chilled, downtempo debut on BFW recordings from Ghostkid.

Slow, funky grooves and grainy synths that sound like they have appeared out of the heathaze of mid summer.

Special thanks to Graham Marlowe for the samples from his piano tapes.


  1. A Fleeting Daydream
  2. Hopeful for a Future
  3. Trainspotting with a Pretty Girl
  4. Martian Waving Goodbye
  5. Energy In Mid July
  6. Hopeful for a Future (part 2)
  7. Slow Going From Here On Out


is Donny Jankowski, a Milwaukee-based producer and musician.

First influenced by psychedelic and blues guitar, Donny cut his early instrumentals on an old two-track cassette recorder he found in his parents' basement.

Progressing as a musician, it wasn't long before he began migrating towards electronic music production. Pulling influences from lo-fi, IDM, dub, and psychedelia, Ghostkid currently loves balancing an organic and melodic feel over a crunchy, beat-heavy backdrop and spacious atmosphere.

Ghostkid albums never sound completely alike, but multi-layered sound and a bit of sci-fi always hold his style together.

(Spooky Child is just one of many side projects).