Nuke Watch started as a quartet jamming on the themes of "acid," "nuclear abolition," "the city," and "the sound of the 21st century," and their latest cassette album is out now on Moon Glyph, a prestigious underground cassette label in Portland that previously featured the unique talents of Larry Wish, M. Sage, and Corum. Nuke Watch's latest cassette album is released on Moon Glyph, a prestigious underground cassette label in Portland, OR, where unique members such as Larry Wish, M. Sage, and Corum have been active in the US underground cassette scene. Food Pyramid and Beat Detectives both made their debut here), this is a monumental release. Recorded live in one take at a studio in Brooklyn in the anxious and deserted landscape of New York City in the summer of 2020 during the Corona disaster. From Jon Hassell's Fourth World to Sun Araw's escapist psychedelic New Age, this is a fanciful folk-tropical sound full of maturity. Limited to 150 copies.