Chewed up. Spit out. Locked into a groove. Beret has digested the late 70’s and early 80’s era of the UK and regurgitated it violently at the face of the modern music “underground”. The debut album release by Seattle based soloist Ian Kurtis Crist under the moniker “Beret,” "Popularized Architectural Movement” is an experimental and mysterious album. Poppy as it is noisy, this release is demanding of attention with sass and stink.The guitars resolve dissonance into assonance. The synths whine with unsatiated lust. Garnished with abstract spoken word, this is the quintessential bedroom album recorded on a Tascam Portastudio 424. Originally released by Gary Cassettes out of Victoria, BC, Canada in early 2016, Good Person now presents you with these 10 tracks that might catch you in a funk.

Cass: $5 USD // SKU #1006
Issue of 50 C-28 cassette tapes with black ink on white cassette shells featuring minimalist artwork including The Three Graces on a 3-panel J-card. Download code included.

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