RIYL: Worthless, cinematic shenanigans & moody 60/70/80's sci-fi/horror soundtracks
Ya’ll know Curtis Godino, right?
The Brooklyn NY-based musician/composer/visual artist is the brains behind the band Worthless, 1/2 of the analogue light show Drippy Eye Projections, and has crafted tons of oil wheels (for light shows and visuals), silk screened posters/art and Liquid Records. There’s always something otherworldly surrounding his expression, whether it’s through the psychedelic sounds of Worthless, his mindblowing visuals or the insane liquid discs he makes (check out his hand-crafted Friday the 13th and the Xenomorph Blood Alien OSTs!).
Quite recently Godino dropped this small batch of 100 self-released split tapes with 2 of his other projects, Bellboy and Bubblecrunch, which is simply way too good not to share! Bellboy presents some serious DIY bedroom-psych that cuts’n pastes moody analogue recordings to sounds like it’s being run through a VHS-tape with a trippy trailer show of weird movies, while Bubblecrunch relies more on the sounds of late 70’s/early 80’s synths for some sweet, disturbing panoramic distortion. Both sides are heavily sample-based, tweaked and stretched into something that resembles moody soundtracks of some craaazay Sci-fi/horror flicks. Play loud for maximum confusion!
Red cassettes with full color j card.
Includes unlimited streaming of Bellboy//Bubblecrunch via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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