More mellow and emotive than their previous work, ‘Disconnected Repeater‘ is an ingenious mixture of downtempo leftfield hiphop and deeply textured electronic music. The EP kicks off spirited with ‘Genus’ and sketches the shape of things to come. Dutch vocalist and multi-instrumentalist iET joins the two on ‘Anybody Out There’: a song that’s both lively and blue. ‘Flourish’ is a charming celebration of the break of day, while nocturnal atmospheres dominate ‘Extrapolate Yourself’: a hypnotic track that’s flipped in the middle by giving access to more hefty, widespread synthlines. UK-artists Planes (Lab Beat/Fremdtunes) and Huess (Inaudible Answer) bring the EP to a closure and enter Big Mister Doom’s stratosphere with impressive, beat-heavy remix-work.
BMD started producing tracks together in 2009. After defining their detailed production style, 2010 saw the release of their self titled début EP; a rich and dense exploration of electronic music taking influence from genres such as electronica, dub, minimal techno and leftfield hiphop. They débuted in 2012 with ‘Tinderbox’ on now regular home Fremdtunes. Besides producing their own songs Ian and Joe have been remixing tracks by artists like Eskimo Twins, Huess, Muskoaka, Pierce Warnecke, OptiMace and Paper Tiger.
2. Anybody Out There (feat. IET)
4. Extrapolate Yourself
5. Genus (Planes Remix)
6. Anybody Out There (Huess Dub)
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