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Courtesy // Hey TAPE

Courtesy // Hey TAPE

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A cassette released by American body music band Courtesy on the country's psychedelic label Moon Glyph in 2018.Includes 6 human-powered dance tracks with funky bass and deep house grooves. DL code included.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Moon Glyph releases available at Tobira.

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Edition of 150.

Description by Description by Moon Glyph:

"Courtesy has crafted an unclassifiable electronic blend of off-kilter atmospheric synths, otherworldly vocal harmonies, deep-house grooves, and weirdo-funk bass lines all sewn together via a persistent Oberheim DX drum machine. Throughout Courtesy's three albums there has been a loose thread mirroring evolution and their process—from an amorphous single-celled "Idmatic", to the lizard-like mass of reflexes represented in "Slow Bruise", to the stumbling, playful, and exaggerated toddler of "HEY".

Now a trio with the addition of Doug Malone, Courtesy's new album was inspired by plastics, young bodybuilders as a metaphor for pop personas, the feeling of Andre Agassi's pastel / neon Nike apparel line, and Ronald McDonald now wanting to be referred to as Ron "HEY" is unabashedly weird yet accessible and all the more brilliant for it. "

Artist: Courtesy

Label: Moon Glyph

A cassette released by American body music band Courtesy on the country's psychedelic label Moon Glyph in 2018.Includes 6 human-powered dance tracks with funky bass and deep house grooves. DL code included.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Moon Glyph releases available at Tobira.

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Edition of 150.

Description by Description by Moon Glyph:

"Courtesy has crafted an unclassifiable electronic blend of off-kilter atmospheric synths, otherworldly vocal harmonies, deep-house grooves, and weirdo-funk bass lines all sewn together via a persistent Oberheim DX drum machine. Throughout Courtesy's three albums there has been a loose thread mirroring evolution and their process—from an amorphous single-celled "Idmatic", to the lizard-like mass of reflexes represented in "Slow Bruise", to the stumbling, playful, and exaggerated toddler of "HEY".

Now a trio with the addition of Doug Malone, Courtesy's new album was inspired by plastics, young bodybuilders as a metaphor for pop personas, the feeling of Andre Agassi's pastel / neon Nike apparel line, and Ronald McDonald now wanting to be referred to as Ron "HEY" is unabashedly weird yet accessible and all the more brilliant for it. "

Artist: Courtesy

Label: Moon Glyph