Tag Archives: (in)sect records

Novel Ideas :: Limalo And (iN)Sect Records Release Video For ‘Imajica’

Rooted Rhythms :: Limalo Releases ‘Follow Plants’ On (iN)Sect Records

Nod Factor :: (iN)Sect Records Celebrates Boom Bap With Release Of Slautah’s ‘There’s Only One’

Style Explorations :: Kinder Releases ‘Timothy Grass’ On (iN)Sect Records

Organic Psychedelic :: Limalo Drops Lead Singles For ‘Follow Plants’ (iN)Sect Record Release

Three Dimensional :: (iN)Sect Records Releases Trio Of Singles For Upcoming Kinder ‘Timothy Grass’ Release

Rude Awakening :: Bragglights Represents (iN)Sect Records With ‘Call Your Mommy’ Drop

Mythical Sound :: Bestia Releases ‘Eternal Unicorns’ Single Via (iN)Sect Records

Chop Suey :: Butcher Bear Shows Out For ‘SCM FLIP SESSIONS 7’

Recently, the homie Butcher Bear took a second to give props to his friend and (iN)Sect Records supporter DJ House Shoes for the 8th birthday of StreetCornerSCM, the label that House Shoes runs.  As part of the birthday festivities, the label issued elements for SCM FLIP 7, allowing a long who’s who list of producers to that the chops and flip the elements as they please.  Those who know Butcher Bear know he has a knack for going all in, so it’s no surprise that he turned in quite the headbanger.  Check out the track, because it’s a heater, and be sure to spread the word around about the track specifically and StreetCornerSCM specifically.

-chief

Soothing Sounds :: (iN)Sect Records Presents Usedtobe Self-Titled Release

A bit of information on Usedtobe, courtesy of our friends at (iN)Sect Records :

Chris McDowell; aka Solar Shield (Austin Boogie Crew) aka Very Rich (Growth In Decay); is now also known as Usedtobe,

Usedtobe came from long nights in art school in Georgia.  I had finally gotten the Mirage to actually read the floppy discs it came with, sitting on an endless pile of sampled drums from the internet, with the DX7 and Mopho and no plans outside the house.  I was digging deep into the question of ‘what counts’, with file names like isThisFunk? and maybeEnough.

His debut long-player consisting of Boom Bap 90s beats, modern funk sketches and soul flips clocking in at 36 songs and 50 minutes.  At 32, he’s been making music for over half his life under different monikers.  He also owns a synthesizer company called supersynthesis.com, a musical instrument design and manufacturing firm based in Austin, TX, where he was born and raised.  He plays drums, bass, guitar and is absolutely blessed on the keys.

For this record, the equipment he you used: Yamaha DX7, DSI Mopho, Ensoniq Mirage, Ableton Live, the web at large.

This one is money.  Check it out, support if you can, and share regardless!

-chief