Into Forever, a collaborative album from New York conceptual artist Icebreaker International and Danish guitarist and electronic music composer Manual, updates the trio's formula with a twist. Into Forever is an unmistakable descendant of Apollo, though gooey baby coos pop up on several tracks and the guitars sound more like those of British shoegazers Slowdive than "dark star" Jerry Garcia. The twist? Like millionaire "space tourist" Dennis Tito before them, they've allegedly hired a Russian space agency to transport their ethereal planetarium soundtrack to a distant nebula, where its floating guitars and layered synthesizers will be broadcast to the stars. Though potentially an interesting exercise in the commercialization of interstellar bandwidth, the launch date for this flight isn't scheduled until 2011, meaning Into Forever must first pass muster with terrestrial listeners as an enjoyable sequel to Eno's classic lunar meditation.