GODTET releases their second LP which further blurs the lines between modern production using samples and a reactive band.
Where they continue to push the boundaries of improvised music, GODTET is about “a very honest document on letting players play” where “you can’t deny the tangible sense of cohesion amongst the players, their interaction with each other is both subtle and electrifying” (4zzz radio).
GODTET’S debut album from ‘17 was lauded as “album of the year” by House Shoes (Street Corner Music).
Jordan Rakei said of GODTET: “They are crazy, insane musicianship”.
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