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There are many more that come to mind – notably The Earl Tape – but this tape by Kiisu Dsalyss was very indicative of the kind of weirdness that he would commit to tape. Like his tape The Audio Acid Companion, he was helping guide me to an aesthetic that he and Colin Hix were trying to create for Cathead. I can barely describe what listening is like, but it’s bizarre and amazing and I used to listen to this one on a loop to accentuate the effect. His tapes really shaped me, and I can’t recommend them enough.