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Model Home X His Name Is Alive ‎– Versions Returned


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Jezuz! Versioned!

Dub-tennis match-point business between Disciples disciples Model Home x His Name Is Alive - keeping that Washington DC x Michigan via London connection as loose and dubbed out as possible.

This tape offers us the versions of the versions, with Model Home extracting only the dankest of nectar from the already-versioned His Name Is Alive tape.

You not sure what's going on? head spinning a bit?
Just concentrate on getting that paper wrapped around the green stuff, and putting a lighter to it. Your soundtrack is here already, sure to feed your soul and your synapses equally.
Model Home are making sure of that, and His Name Is Alive gave them all the ingredients so they could cook up the best possible dub-syrup, the way only they make it.

Yo check this, for the official lowdown on both tapes 'Return Versions' (look on our site for that one, it's equally great) and this here 'Versions Returned':

"This is fables of the deconstruction part six point something. Return Versions Returned. The half-disciples series of deeper dives disappeared into a dub basement lurking by the empty bottles ringwear broken synths drum machines and soldering irons. Endless version excursion in the year of doom. A mono vs. stereo soundclash of ever more degraded loops.

I’ll explain it one more time: DISC6 was Return To Never by Warren Defever aka His Name Is Alive, the second collection in a trilogy of teenage ambient dream states recorded in a Livonia bedroom between 1979 and 1986. This companion volume features the drones and tones from the main LP sequenced to primitive drum tracks (with assistance from Michigan compatriot Walking Trails) to make a kind of dreamgaze beat tape.

These rhythms were then handed over to the dynamic DC duo Model Home to bring their own liberated sound ideology to proceedings, either filtering the tracks through the busted FX units of Patrick Cain to make lo-fi dubs or adding the uniquely abstracted microphone stylings of NAPPYNAPPA to produce slow-mo collapsing rap tracks for the next 5am subway ride through the far corners of your mind. Murkier than the usual stripped back Model Home aesthetic, the resulting meta-collaboration is a kind of modern day take on Keith Hudson’s downer classic Playing It Cool and Playing It Right.

Released simultaneously into a dying world that’s forgot to say “I love you” and both available on limited edition pro-dubbed cassettes with cracked mirror brother/sister artwork from Studio Tape Echo."

Big combo styles.

Proper, unfuckwithable lo-fi for your hi fi, we're glad this one exists on tape.
Makes full sense.

Comes with DL code.

1.Chords Dub
2.Late Night
3.Late Night Dub
4.Candy Colored Dreams
5.Candy Colored Dub
6.Fire Sale
7.Fire Sale Dub
8.To Remember Dub

Late Night

Candy Colored Dreams

Fire Sale

To Remember Dub