This month at Delicious Records we are bringing you a special collaboration with Infinite State Machine (ISM). As many of you may know, ISM was one of the first underground dance music blogs to not just cover the popular dance music scene out in Europe but to really shine a light on the underground collectives releasing great music in Chicago, Detroit, Pittsburgh, NY and other US cities. Bursting onto the scene with Omar-S’ fi...rst ever interview in English (back in August ’07!) ISM was responsible in many ways for breaking several excellent new producers. Through the honest and passionate writing of contributors Tom, Frank, Gmos and Kenny, a new generation of artists such as Dam Funk, Kyle Hall and Patrice Scott were able to gain some much deserved global exposure. Always ahead of the next trend or fad, ISM has stayed 100% committed to its original goals of giving “props to the music and musicians who are so often overlooked in this day of trendy sub-subgenres (complete with their own haircut and drug of choice…)”. In 2009 ISM made the jump from online journalism to music production when Tom Pipecock founded Love What You Feel records and released Austin, Texas producer Disco Nihilist’s debut single. The record gained global fame for its unique retro acid house sound and had floors rocking to its vintage drum programming all over the world!
On Friday August 20th Frank and Tom from ISM will be joining me at Bistrouge to bust out some of our favorite disco and house jams. Please join us at this intimate venue for a special celebration of 3 years of ISM!
Disco Nihilist – Untitled A1
Tom Pipecock’s latest mix:
Frank (aka DJ Count Zero)’s latest mix: