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Internet Protocol

by Anonymous Coward

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Billy Zsigray These are great songs by good boys that makes you go WOW WOW WICKY Favorite track: Caller ID (Original mix).


There's nothing wimpy about Anonymous Coward. The Detroit duo, consisting of Jerry Downey and Colin Nugent, has stepped out of the DJ booths and crowded clubs to translate their studio efforts back to contemporary dance floors. Caller ID starts us off with stomping peak hour voodoo rhythms glued together with a healthy dose of low end while Linchpin brings us closer to left field down a primitive journey complimented by hypnotic floor friendly indigenous sounds.

Marshall Applewhite (How To Kill, Yo Sucka!) dangerously rounds off the EP with his unmistakably original, gritty sludge sound.

01. Caller ID (Original mix)
02. Linchpin (Original mix)
03. Caller ID (Marshall Applewhite Sludge Mix)


released September 2, 2016

All songs written and produced by Anonymous Coward
Artwork and mastering by Joshua McAllister
Administrative, legal, and A&R by Matt Novakowski
3 remix and additional production by Marshall Applewhite
(p) & (c) 2016 LABEL
cat. no. LABEL06203 - all rights reserved
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