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LPS ARE A PRE-ORDER. PHYSICAL COPIES  WILL SHIP ON OR AROUND SEPTEMBER 30TH

During an unscheduled excursion near the coordinates of  42.96336, -85.66809, 41.68338, -86.25001, and 39.76838, -86.15804 – the Bermuda Triangle of the Midwest –  a man obsessed with pushing science as far as it would go, too far for some they say, disappeared and was seemingly lost for years. His tale is an odd one, filled with esoteric theories, mechanical  constructions and genetic experimentation, fueled by rum and driven by his obsession with surf music. His questionable and rogue hypotheses made him an outcast in the scientific community. 

This could just be another urban legend, if it wasn’t for the discovery of his buried laboratory – with rudimentary assembled equipment, apparently cobbled together from the remains of his aircraft.  Amidst the ruins, faint strains of surf music crackled in the background, as if running on a continuous loop through a ham radio - the discovery of containing three gyro chambers each marked by the numeral “17”.

The final vestiges of the mad doctor’s work contained organic specimens… each entirely unaware of their existence and how they came be there, or even to be. Designed by the doctor and nurtured on science and surf music, they have become collectively known only as…Test Subject 17!

Not A Robot… Not A Man… Not From Today Or Yesterday… But From Tomorrow!

The three mysterions of Test Subject 17 mash together a raw DNA mix of punk, garage, electro and surf concocting a new strain code-named “electro trash”. Buzzing guitars, bass and space-age synthetic sounds collide and smash together like the Hadron supercollider. It's science gone awry, or is it? Lab-tested stereophonic no-fi from the future is NOW!

Utilizing our Radioactive Plasma Randomizer, every copy has been pressed in a completely random color and includes a full color Roto-Dialator insert!

Pressed in the USA in Chicago, Illinois on 160 gram vinyl.

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Test Subject 17 - I Am Test Subject 17 Vinyl EP with Digital Download

Test Subject 17

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Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

LPS ARE A PRE-ORDER. PHYSICAL COPIES  WILL SHIP ON OR AROUND SEPTEMBER 30TH

During an unscheduled excursion near the coordinates of  42.96336, -85.66809, 41.68338, -86.25001, and 39.76838, -86.15804 – the Bermuda Triangle of the Midwest –  a man obsessed with pushing science as far as it would go, too far for some they say, disappeared and was seemingly lost for years. His tale is an odd one, filled with esoteric theories, mechanical  constructions and genetic experimentation, fueled by rum and driven by his obsession with surf music. His questionable and rogue hypotheses made him an outcast in the scientific community. 

This could just be another urban legend, if it wasn’t for the discovery of his buried laboratory – with rudimentary assembled equipment, apparently cobbled together from the remains of his aircraft.  Amidst the ruins, faint strains of surf music crackled in the background, as if running on a continuous loop through a ham radio - the discovery of containing three gyro chambers each marked by the numeral “17”.

The final vestiges of the mad doctor’s work contained organic specimens… each entirely unaware of their existence and how they came be there, or even to be. Designed by the doctor and nurtured on science and surf music, they have become collectively known only as…Test Subject 17!

Not A Robot… Not A Man… Not From Today Or Yesterday… But From Tomorrow!

The three mysterions of Test Subject 17 mash together a raw DNA mix of punk, garage, electro and surf concocting a new strain code-named “electro trash”. Buzzing guitars, bass and space-age synthetic sounds collide and smash together like the Hadron supercollider. It's science gone awry, or is it? Lab-tested stereophonic no-fi from the future is NOW!

Utilizing our Radioactive Plasma Randomizer, every copy has been pressed in a completely random color and includes a full color Roto-Dialator insert!

Pressed in the USA in Chicago, Illinois on 160 gram vinyl.

Click here to preview tracks.