Green Age “Records”, a tape label active from 2009 to 2012 which had put out work by dubknowdub, GDFX, Alien Whale, Smhoak Mosheein and X Ray Eyeballs, is relaunching with three new “records”. The label has announced upcoming releases from Patchy Drizzle (Zach Lehrhoff of Beech Creeps, Knyfe Hyts, and Ex Models), a split between Isn’t Ours and Human Resources (the solo projects of Mike Sheffield and Jeremy Krinsley of Alan Watts), and the first of a three-part sci-fi concept series from Deltadeltadelta (Ryan Soper of Brat Pit). The music is available digitally but for those craving a physical object, the releases will be manifested in meatspace as 4.5-inch square prints with download codes. True freaks rejoice.
You can stream Deltadeltadelta’s Thought Machines below and check out the other releases on the Green Age bandcamp.