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Calling All Creeps: Grasshopper Record, Out Now on Prison Tatt

I don’t want to be the kind of asshole that just spits out press releases on his blog and calls it a day, but I feel it is important to point this out to Temple of Pei readers -

Prison Tatt Records joined the marketplace officially late last week, with its first release available for order; “Calling All Creeps,” a single-sided LP by Brooklyn duo Grasshopper. (Ltd. to 100 pcs.; $17 postpaid within the U.S.A.; $21 North America; $25 world. Contact by private message for wholesale/distro pricing.) paypal i.d. wmmberger@comcast.net

And so, a long story made relatively short, Grasshopper seemed the natural choice to help bring Prison Tatt Records’ initial blast to the world. They brought the scary, the enveloping darkness, but they also had a healthy sense of humor about themselves and their art, and seemed to make no uncertainty that their aim (one of them, at least) was to create choice head-music, trance you out, take you away, and maybe even screw with your notions of aesthetics and general music-scene propriety a little bit in the process.

via My Castle of Quiet: PRISON TATT RECORDS. FOOL-ASS THING.

But wait, there’s more, sample this stuff: GRASSHOPPER: CALLING ALL CREEPS

So yeah, Grasshopper vinyl. I can’t even tell you how stoked I am for this. Every day I run out to check the mail to see if it is here yet. In my jammies. Check out the Prison Tatt site here.

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