Food Pyramid and Deep Earth drop split 7" in time for Black Friday

Categories: Local Music, Vinyl
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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.

Deep Earth - "Kontraband" by Moon Glyph

For more info on Moon Glyph's releases and to order the new 7", visit their website. The split will be available locally at the Electric Fetus, Treehouse, Yeti Records, and Hymie's.


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