Thursday, November 07, 2013

EXCLUSIVE KMSU VINYL: FFFOUR RELEASE!

UPDATE: THE FFFOUR KMSU VINYL EP IS NOW GONE!  THANKS TO EVERYBODY THAT PLEDGED.  WE STILL HAVE THE COVER ART W/ DIGITAL DOWNLOAD AVAILABLE FOR $20.  PLEDGE NOW!


This is Dave from Free Form Freakout, and he's pictured with his excellent four track vinyl release FFFour KMSU.  Dave put this comp together to raise money for the station during the Fall Pledge Drive, and it turned out amazing.  Really cool music and a really cool package.  WE HAVE THE LAST TWO COPIES UP HERE FOR YOU!  Here's what Free Form Freakout has to say about the release:

The 10” mono lathe record, cut in an edition of 30 by the good folks at 2208 Recordings in Minneapolis, features original artwork from Graham Lambkin (formerly of cult favorites, The Shadow Ring) and was printed by Niagara Press (operated by Clint Simonson of De Stijl Records). It includes a hand-numbered insert (formatted by Chris Berry of Soft Abuse Records) and four new and/or previously unreleased tracks from the likes of Sean McCann, Decimus, Rambutan, and Nite Lite. These tracks then flesh out a nearly two-hour long compilation that includes a heady mix of new/unreleased tracks from several key players in the experimental cassette underground, including: Sparkling Wide Pressure, Justin Meyers, Panabrite, Jason E. Anderson, Henry & Hazel Slaughter, Charlatan, Cream Juice, Parashi, Hobo Cubes, Cody Yantis, John Zuma St. Pelvyn, Tilth, Black Eagle Child, .mf (aka Michael Flora), Derek Rogers, and Chapels. The sounds fluctuate wildly, yet form a cohesive and immersive whole: consider it a new podcast show comprised of all exclusive material.

It's a gorgeous item.  Check it out!



 WE HAVE THE LAST TWO COPIES!

Pledge $40 during the morning show and get this beautiful slab of vinyl.  Call 389-5678 or 1-800-456-7810 and give one of them a good home.

Also available at the $20 level you can get the great art from the record as well as the 20 track digital download.  It's a small amount of money for a big addition to your music collection.

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