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Home Is Where - dissection lesson FD-112


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*PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A PRE-ORDER ITEM WITH SPLIT DIGITAL & PHYSICAL STREET DATES*
- Digital items will deliver at midnight on the scheduled digital release date of April 15, 2022.
- Cassettes will ship to arrive on or around the scheduled physical release date of May 6, 2022.
- Additional items ordered along with this item will not ship until this item is in stock and ready to ship on or around May 6, 2022.
- We can not split shipments. Place two separate orders if there are other items that you wish to have shipped immediately.
- We cannot combine separate orders.
- All images of physical items on this page are digital mockups & the final product may differ slightly from what is pictured.

ITEM DETAILS
- Gold Plated 24K cassette, limited to 400
- Digital download included with all physical orders
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Already a fan of Record Setter and heading in a heavier direction, it was an easy choice for Home is Where to decide on doing a split release with the Denton, TX-based hardcore band. “[We] wanted to make something unabashedly trans. Two trans bands. Songs about trans issues. Cover by a trans artist. We wanted to make something for the girls to pop off to,” explains Home is Where’s Brandon MacDonald of dissection lesson’s genesis.

“plain english” speaks to Record Setter frontwoman Judy Mitchell’s experiences living under violent authority as a trans woman, and details her navigations through transition and depression. Over harsh, lethargic verses with clean guitar counterpoint, Mitchell hoarsely reassures herself that she need not self-shame for depressive ruts and the non-linear path of transition.

On the Home is Where side, “names” attempts to uplift trans women from this violence they routinely face. Written in 2021, the year with the highest recorded number of trans women murdered or assaulted, “names” bites back at this transphobic cruelty with a grinding, thrashed verse led by MacDonald’s justifiably guttural screams:

No more victims
No more missing girls
Arm trans women
By any means, these queens are ready
This is literal
Dismantle what makes trans girls live in fear.

dissection lesson is out April 15, 2022 (digital) & May 6 (limited edition cassette) via Father/Daughter and Topshelf Records.

Tracks

  1. Home Is Where - names
  2. Home Is Where - creationish (feat. Pierce Jordan)
  3. Record Setter - a world without you
  4. Record Setter - plain english
Pressing Information

400 / Gold Plated 24K cassette