Digh Down "Another Chance" Lathe Cut
$13.00

  • Digh Down
  • Digh Down

Digh Down "Another Chance" Lathe Cut
$13.00

In 1994 Indecision was planning a record from Seattle's Digh Down, it would have been the first 12" release for the label. Unfortunately that project never came to fruition. The band's lone 1993 track on Excursion Records' Universal Choking Sign compilation would end up being their total recorded output. With that compilation now long out-of-press, we are releasing that track by itself on 100 limited lathe-cut EPs. Records will hopefully be ready to ship out within the next two weeks and the track will be available everywhere digitally at the end of next week.

Digh Down was comprised of Mark and Ryan from Undertow, Eric from Dempsey, Dave from Excursion Records and Ron Guardipee of Brotherhood. We are extremely excited about this project as we finally get to cement two of our great friends, Dave and Ron, into the Indecision catalog for eternity. Ron was an early supporter of Indecision, dating back to our beginnings as a fanzine and it means a lot for us to be releasing this. Ron passed in 2019 and words can't sufficiently describe the impact of that loss, he is forever missed.

Lathe cut records are made one-at-a-time, in real-time, by a real person. Lathe cut records are NOT pressed records and may have slightly more surface noise (due to static build up and dust) or an occasional light distortion in some frequencies, but they sound pretty nice given the circumstances. The volume will be a little lower than a modern “post-loudness-war” record, so turn it up to enjoy. The records should track well, even on cheaper turntables, but if you have problems, adjust your tonearm weight and your anti-skate settings. Lathe cut records will NOT degrade or harm your needle or cartridge.


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