Tag Archives: iNSECT RECORDS

Lab Work :: Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice Initiates ‘Escapism’ Mix Series With 2 Releases

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Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice stays busy with a diverse range of talents and exploits, but a key part of that business is making sure that none of the disciplines suffer as the palette expands.  Recently, in celebration of the steady growth that the Escapism Plan Friday night residency at Tantra Coffeehouse has seen, Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice took to the lab to start curating small mixes for promotional use and listener enjoyment.  Dubbed the Escapism series, each mix will feature a unique focus on top of Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice‘s signature DJ skill and execution.  The covers will also feature the photography of Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice.

Late Night Drive is a down-tempo collection of pop songs, electronic songs, R&B songs and instrumentals meant to put miles on the road for you.  Sonic Enlightenment features the works of independent (and largely Texas-based) producers such as Unusuals, members of the (in)Sect Records and Exploded Drawing family), Yppah, edison and poolboi blu.

If you dig what you hear, then make sure to keep your eyes and ears open for follow-up releases to the series, and don’t be afraid to request or recommend a mix you’d like to hear.

-chief

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Powerful Nostalgia :: Total Sound Group Direction Action Committee Footage From Trophy’s Surfaces

Anyone unfamiliar with the legend of Tim Kerr (especially anyone native to Austin) has some homework to do.  From Big Boys to Lord High Fixers to Total Sound Group Direct Action Committee and more, Kerr has left an indelible mark on his city, punk/rock music, and art as a whole.  Recently, Butcher Bear uncovered some footage of a Trophy’s on South Congress show, and decided to upload it to (in)Sect Record‘s YouTube channel.  As a result, all of us have been blessed with the raw power than was Tim Kerr and his bandmates, and their extremely passionate sound.  Enjoy, share, and let the nostalgia of a simpler and better time take you over.

-chief

Next Episode :: Episode 002 of ‘Welcome To Your Doom’ Now Available

That’s right y’all, we’re going back to back.  Welcome To Your Doom will more than likely not be a weekly web series, but this initial round of inspiration has me on excessive output mode.  Therefore, the (iN)Sect Records episode of Welcome To Your Doom went into production mode and is now ready for enjoyment by the masses.

-chief

Double Dosages :: Dopeness At The (in)Sect Records Bandcamp Page

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[A super-dope podcast from Reaganometry]


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[The No Worlds LP on cassette by Vegetable Kingdom]

-chief

Collective Collabs :: Multi-Tracker and Out Of Place’s ‘Old News (HIT)’

(In)sect Records artist Multi-Tracker recently put out one of the doper electronic albums I’ve heard out of their camp, the genius Code Switching.  The homie Butcher Bear recently told me of his plans to have different MCs contribute lyrics to the different tracks (I’m jones’ng to get my voice on one or two of these myself).  old news (HIT) is the opening shot off this next step in Code Switching‘s growth, and MC Out Of Place sounds totally at home on this one.. dig it and dig it good.

-chief

Coded Languages :: Multi-Tracker’s ‘Code Switching’ Now Available

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Multi-talented producer and instrumentalist Multi-Tracker has dropped one of the dopest albums to come out of the (in)Sect Records camp.  Not that the rest of the company’s catalog is subpar, but Code Switching is speaking to me.  Dig it and dig it good.

-chief

 

Forever Heavy :: Butcher Bear And AADM OUR HATLEY Declare ‘All Hail The New Boss, Just Like The Old Boss’

The first video from Butcher Bear‘s masterpiece This Is How The Game Gets You Played is truly a psychedelic experience.  Executed brilliantly by imagesmith Karan Kapoor, the AADM OUR HATLEY collaboration All Hail the New Boss, Just Like the Old Boss is already a sonic journey in its own right.  The added element of the visuals brilliantly matches the song’s texture and mysterious mood.  Definitely worth repeat viewings.

-chief