The premiere Good Morning compilation selects six entries from the extended kin, three extracted from previous cassette releases and three from the vault. Engaging the listener in a varied but constant visioning experience, GMT's fourth vinyl offering is a peace pilgrimage poised to spill some of its magical life source into receptive ears.
Tapes, South London-grown wizard Jackson Bailey, opens with the “Silence Please” invocation - an electronic tanpura drone swept by mysterious winds and inviting mellow tabla percussion and a pastoral, uplifting melody. To follow, Eddie Ruscha’s cowboy-in-the-clouds alias Only Thingz pairs gliding synths with circling chimes around a dream of a saxophone, called “All Eyes Open”. Innsyter, Brazil-born and Berlin-based Fernando Seixlack, eclipses his divine Magnolia Shade tape with a distorted downtempo oasis and label anthem, “Morning Blend”.
Eszaid - Collapsing Market’s Louis Vial - scatters sparse and mysterious dnb frames on the top of the B side with “The Most Sacred Syllable”. Anthony Naples reprises a shimmering, sunrise dub-house slice from his beloved and eternal Take Me With You album. And to polish it off, fellow NY-er Kiki Kudo chases away any melancholy with “Haladub”, a zippy applause of palpitating melody and insistent sample spells.