Big Mister Doom’s Ian Scott and Joe Wretham bring detailed, rich and deeply textured electronic music on their début EP ‘Tinderbox‘. Taking influence from genres including Minimal Techno, IDM and Leftfield Hip Hop, the two introduce the listener to their vast universe of music. The title-track evolves from a subtle yet flammable, groovy tune into an absolute dancefloor filler. The two take it downtempo on the atmospheric, mellow ‘Wilderness’.
Pierce Warnecke flexes his muscles and chops, screws, tweaks until ‘Tinderbox‘ sounds like it’s been revisited by skilful aliens. OptiMace combines forces with guitar player Budy Mokoginta and singer-songwriter iET, making ‘Wilderness’ sound like an adventurous ride into the wild. The eye-catching artwork is done by Cameron Steward.
In 2010 Big Mister Doom self-released their self-titled EP; a dense and articulate exploration of electronic music. Since then they’ve been remixing work of artists like Eskimo Twins, Muskoaka, Pierce Warnecke (FR2012-01), OptiMace (FR2011-08) and Paper Tiger (on Jus Like Music), working on live performances and preparing new material for 2012.