Food Pyramid and Deep Earth drop split 7" in time for Black Friday
With Record Store Day's Black Friday sales just around the corner, Moon Glyph is issuing a new split 7" from labelmates Food Pyramid and Deep Earth, Kollider / Kontraband, which marks the first time Food Pyramid have ventured away from the cassette for a vinyl release. (Does a transition from tapes to records mean they're actually moving backwards in time, technology-wise?) They're making the most of the format, too: Label head Steve Rosborough says that, "Each tune grooves for over 5 minutes, making this about as long a 45 RPM 7" can physically contain."
For a sample of the new split from the like-minded, atmospheric analog wizards, Rosborough has posted Deep Earth's side of the record, "Kontraband," for public consumption, which you can stream below.
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