Stunned no. 79
Duck Dive / Edibles — split c43 (Stunned no. 79) —out of stock—
Indonesia might seem an unlikely locale for the discovery of an analog synth recording artist who’s keeping abreast with our corner of cassette culture. But in the capital city of Jakarta, a man known as Gonzo is doing just that, and doing it pretty damn well. We were tipped off to Gonzo’s rad project Duck Dive by Dewey Mahood (of Portland’s Eternal Tapestry & Plankton Wat), who shares this split tape as newly-founded groove/dub vehicle Edibles. Here both jammers align themselves as global poles of mellow in order to slow the clock with clear-air visions of eternal summer & worldwide chill-out. Let the guitar, synthesizer, hand drums, jungle calls, and bird songs found on this c43 drive every bummer away. Limited edition of 111 pro-dubbed & imprinted c43 tapes with double-sided jcard and insert.
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