I.B.M. - Kill Bill

Summary
IT 22
November 21, 2005
Tracks: 
Kill Bill
Black Sunday (edit)
Manichaeanism

Jamal Moss (aka I.B.M. - Insane Black Man) is a lost warrior of sonic truth. We first uncovered his music through his own Mathematics Records, where we were shocked to find a unique permutation of the Chicago Jack gene. We came to find out that Jamal was part of the distinguished Dirty Criminals collective, educated in the biz by Adonis and Steve Poindexter, and the last of the line of producers directly influenced by Ron Hardy at the Music Box. This makes him uniquely qualified to write a new chapter of Chicago's history.
 
Digging through shoe boxes of cassettes, mini discs and computer files, we have collected the secret tapes of one Insane Black Man. As a testament to this find, we will allow listeners to discover his music through a series of releases in LP, CD, 12" and 7" formats.
 
His current projects include releasing as Hieroglyphic Being on Ghostly and Axis, and the Dirty Criminals on Gigolo, while running his own Mathematics label and overseeing the reissues of the legendary Muzique label.
 
This 12" is just a teaser of what's to come, showcasing a few of the rawer selections in a 12" dance format.
 
Remastered repress (2015) »

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