BY ANGIE MARTIN
If you haven’t witnessed Air play “Cherry Blossom Girl” with gigantic beach balls being bounced from person to person in a crowded outdoor venue, then you haven’t really lived. Also, if you haven’t seen Sophia Coppola’s debut film The Virgin Suicides and the soundtrack by Air that accompanies the spooky flick, then you are really missing out on the essentials of life. The veteran duo from France that’s been delivering sexy downtempo electronica for over two decades clearly knows how to make music about life and death. Though we may not have a lot of control over these two things, we can listen to music that makes both of them better. And Air makes the time between life and death pretty damn amazing.