Physical release of the collaboration between Erik Waterkotte and Ryan Huber. Field recordings, artwork, and printing by Erik. Composition, mixing, and additional instruments by Ryan. Limited to 80 copies. Features 8 new interpretations of the previous "download" version of ANTAG.
Designed and printed by Erik Waterkotte; limited to 80 copies.
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