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inner surface music is proud to present its next release from canadian duo mdd. falling inside opens the ep bringing together industrial and punk prototypes of the duo’s influences in the shape of a techno stomper. chunky kick drums and gnarly textures fizzle and pop to the march of the industrial rhythms before the low slung bassline and abstract vocal cuts take the track into a darker realm. tension builds and welds together heavy broken kick patterns with crisp but rusty percussion demolishing everything in sight. the elements amalgamate together creating tension with walls of sub bass, while remaining spacious and nonchalant with glacial atmospheric pads, dropping and breaking like a thunderstorm overhead.
inner surface music are very proud to present the first album on the label from grey branches (yves de mey aka eavesdropper) features double sided, printed insert classic sounding material close to the counting triggers doublepack for sandwell district
croatians finest purveyor of disco and boogie returns with a delish four track ep on yam whos ism imprint. the four tracks have all the delicious trappings of rudman, dramatic strings, ample helpings of cowbell and vintage synth stabs. the a-side consists of the sleazy squelch of “crazy with you” in both original and remixed by yam who form, with the latter, more uptempo version just shading it. the flipside consists of the sultry boogie bap of “let this dream be real , with the original bringing to mind a glacially paced version of rockers revenge classic “walking on sunshine , while the disco dirtbox tweak bumps and grinds in all the right places - totally primed for club play!
london based label ism serves up a massive ep with three tracks from russian disco producer volta cab, all of which offer some seriously downtempo grooves. >play on< and >magic in your eyes< nail the classic sub 110bpm disco sound with its lush live instrumentation. however its the shining 80s feel of >hes a bad mutha< that is the most impressive, melding a sleazy vocal with a heart-rending combination of synths and horns. label bosses yam who? offer two remixes, with their version of >play on< a cosmic uptempo version of the original, with an ascending synth bass that elevates the original vocal to new heights. their remix of >hes a bad mutha< adds a similar amount of extra dancefloor kick, removing the originals yearning melody for something a little more forceful.
inner surface music is proud to present its next release from jk flesh, justin broadrick needs no introduction fans of hardcore, metal and industrial music will know him from napalm death, godflesh, techno animal, jesu and pale sketcher to name a few. limited pressing on grey marbled vinyl.
limited black label release
features a5 card insert
inner surface music are proud to present their new release from anfs.
blood trophy cracks and fizzles with bass frequencies modulating around hypnotic snake like numinous drum structures. eerie atmospheres add to the tension of this deep and powerful opener to the ep
• great new various artist doublepack from the inner surface music crew !
• fully printed sleeve
• inner surface music are very proud to present our 10th release. we mark the occasion with the double pack compilation replicants . our secret agents for this mission are sleeparchive, o/h, perc, honzo, gaja, takaaki itoh, ontal and sturqen.
played by kid circus, sleazy mcqueen, yam who?, cloned in vatican!, elitechnique, juno recommends disco, deadly sins, i love disco!, amplified orchestra, jkriv (deep&disco), drop out orchestra, 78 edits, electric boogie (ism), the legendary 1979 orchestra, ajello, the unity agency
after the success of the first two eps from wireman and and, we present an ep from tom dicicco. dj support from conforce, shifted, cio d or, giorgio gigli, forward strategy group, max m rec, answer code request, par grindvik, kowton and more... inner surface music present their third release. after the success of the first two eps from wireman and and, we are very proud to present an ep from tom dicicco. 2011 was a big year for tom dicicco with a string of high profile releases on traut, stockholm ltd, project squared and finale sessions. tom made his debut in berghain this february 2012, playing along side fanon flowers live, norman nodge, marcel fengler and grovskopa. showcasing his skills as a producer from a young age, tom has really managed to develop a sound of depth and maturity. deep textural soundscapes and dub aesthetics run throughout this release, with exit showing a darker side to his sound - dub techno built for the dancefloor. vent has real swing, using loose techno rhythms to build momentum and ferocity around the dub chords and textures filling the resonant space. high ground is a dub house track using playful vocals, cutting textures and a low slung bassline to build a pulsating irresistible groove
inner surface music present their next release from manchester based and ,dj support from regis, truss. lucy, cio d or, truncate, samuli kemmpi, perc, inigo kennedy, forward strategy group, shifted, jonas kopp, grovskopa, obtane. inner surface music present the second release on the label, after the success of the first wireman ep we are very proud to present an ep from two of the label owners and. 2011 has already been a very productive year for this duo, with releases on horizontal ground, black sun records and project squared. they also made their first appearance at berghain this march as part of the horizontal ground / frozen border collective. for the second release on inner surface music we are presenting three deeply hypnotic techno tracks built for the dancefloor. non compliant sets the tone for the release with its deep tunnelling soundscapes built round tough techno drums to devastating effect. reverberate moves more towards the housier end of techno playing with dub stabs and lush keys to set the sultry mood. molecular deconstruction closes the release with its metallic drones and trippy sequences building their own cavernous environment to play in.
yam who?s ism label come through with a four track slice of disco centric futurism, featuring the man yam himself alongside pbr streetgang and ron basejam. its the latter who takes the lead with a remix of alenas >changes< that sees her sultry vocal teased by a most excellent of analogue synth leads that splurges brilliantly across the crisp mid tempo chug. yam who? teams up with vocalist natasha watts for the similarly bottom heavy bump of >i m in love< which has a certain warehouse appeal to it. on the flip, pbr pay respect to the godfather of soul james brown with the gritty flex of >j2thab< with the sadly departed mr brown strangely sounding at times like he wants to go to tesco. we always took him for a waitrose man, but regardless this is probably the track you will reach for most! finally brothers young do their thing to a trammps classic, with little more than the bassline retained.