• Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Split single
    ICHI / Rachael Dadd
    Go Gagambo / Rachael Dadd
    comes with liner notes and limited edition bug broach from Japan

    Includes digital pre-order of Rachael Dadd / ICHI split single 7". You get 2 tracks now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it’s released.
    digital album releases April 14, 2014
    item ships out within 3 days
    edition of 100 

      £5 GBP or more 



ICHI's song "Go Gagambo" opens with a universally recognisable
mosquito hum, then proceeds with a catchy, familiar-sounding bass line, strummed out on a long, thin insect-like instrument (home-made), while the vocals are punk-like, small and high-pitched, in the language of the insect itself. It's a song about mistaken identity - (gagambo is an insect unfortunate enough to be mistaken as a big mosquito, resulting in probable death by angry clapping hands), and it is a clever blend of the familiar and the bizarre. ICHI`s simple concepts and playful presentation have universal appeal. When you can't speak the lingo there are many other tools for communication, best of all music itself. After all, it is the universal language of music that brought ICHI and Rachael together in the first place.


from Rachael Dadd / ICHI split single 7", track released April 14, 2014
Recorded by ICHI on his 4Track tape machine at home in Bristol
Mixed by Inada Makoto and Ben Capp
Mastered by Ben Capp



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Rachael Dadd Bristol, UK

“Late contender for the best of the year lists...brilliantly unusual, unexpected tracks, you never know what
she`s going to do next” - Lauren Laverne
“Bold art folk...accomplished fusion of words, acoustic strumming and wild percussive textures” - UNCUT
An artist destined to define the genre” - The Line Of Best Fit
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