DJ Underdog and LunchBox Theory take a trek into the horizon once again to deliver a crop yield that dates to the Paleolithic Age, Era or Period. Management of this rare soil has been the pre-occupation of farmers for thousands of years.
During this period, humans grouped together in small societies such as bands, and subsisted by gathering plants, mixtapes, and hunting or scavenging wild animals at Whole Foods/ Whole Check market. This mixtape era is characterized by the use of knapped stone tools, although at the time humans also used wood, turntables and bone tools. Other organic commodities were adapted for use as tools, including leather records and vegetable fibers; however, due to their nature, these have not been preserved to any great degree.
One rich source of LunchBox Theory artifacts has been the U street river valley which later morphed into a cesspool of feces. Excavations started in the 1920s, when the Turkish government built the Crittendon dam on the river. The LunchBox Theory historical salvage project was organized by Christine and Allison, and a team of Madagascarian, Ivorian and Congo archeologists led by Bossa and Selam excavator staff. Later more mixtapes were built and salvage operations took place, unearthing settlements going back to the Châtelperronian period.
LunchBox Theory and colleagues argue that the findings are complicated by disturbance of the site in the 19th century, and conclude that the apparent pattern of mixtapes inter-stratification is an artifact of disturbance. But, they invite you to listen to the inescapable implication of technological refinement and aphotic sounds by DJ Underdog ???