“Whose job should it be to listen all day to dirty records?” Has there ever been a better vocal sample culled from/for that reduce, reuse, resample culture pioneering electronic music? The familiar crackle of vinyl cuts in and answers that sampled question, opening this split tape between Iowa sound thrifters, DJ DJ TANNER and SEEZUREFACE. Thing is, you can buy $40 records for one drum break, or you can dust off the overlooked cardboard box of records in the corner and the beauty in even the worst music of decades past. It’s a collage, really. Just cut out the grooves you want from each album, and melt it all back together into something that resembles a record, a loop, the strum of a hand over the coiled strings.