Vinyl LP pressing. Food Pyramid's 2013 album Ecstasy And Refreshment calls to mind Sky Records' 1970s kraut-pop output filtered through 1990s DC futurism - Trans Am-esque motor pop, Game Boy console sound effects and the current Mordant Music roster, particularly Echoplekz. Disembodied voices float in and out of the mix, reminiscent of Byrne / Eno's ethnomusicology-inspired My Life in the Bush of Ghosts or the Residents' Eskimo. There is a strange post-DC vibe here, much like if Dischord Records' Black Eyes played ambient synthesizer-jams instead of Wire-y punk. The record also calls to mind Cloudland Canyon, perhaps not surprising since Kip Uhlhorn from that band mastered Ecstasy and Refreshment and is helping to release it to a wider audience. Jana Hunter from Lower Dens, Nona Invie from Dark Dark Dark, and Tony Janas and Otto Junker from Deep Earth lent their collaborative efforts as well.
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.