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Sapat- A Posthuman Guide to the Advent Calendar LP

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Sapat- A Posthuman Guide to the Advent Calendar LP.  Kentucky collective Sapat is made up of a bunch of musicians from Lousiville's fertile underground and their sound reflects a wide range of influences filtered through a very strange lens.Deep from the lusty palms of Stonyism Sapat belt out their follow-up to their phenomenal Siltbreeze debut. A genre-melting bastard-child of deep psych, art-punk, stoner shred with massive jams. This is experimental rock at its finest. It’d be criminal to expect anything less of a 14-year-old, shape-shifting collective sharing members of VALLEY OF ASHES, KARK, SOFTCHEQUE, TROPICAL TRASH, BLACK VELVET FUCKERE, SON OF EARTH, THE BELGIAN WAFFLES!, PHANTOM FAMILY HALO , and a few other esteemed Louisville enclaves.

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