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Boomkat Product Review:
Ectomorph's Interdimensional Transmissions go above and beyond to present the meticulously restored tapes from Jamal Moss' Insane Black Man epoch, circa Chicago 1995-2005. Paying dues to both Ron Hardy's legendary Muzic Box sessions and the open-minded, underage Medusa's nightclub, the I.B.M. project makes deference to Jamal's roots - as also featured on his excellent 'Origins' interview for RA - with resolute dancefloor lust and thrust. Under a title nodding to the classic Ministry LP, it documents his most psychosexual, raw and effective material, consolidating the tracky, tribal ecstasy of house music with the electrified stomp of industrial/wave music in a tradition stretching right back the work of Duane Buford, who can make the rare claim to have recorded on both Dance Mania and as part of Ministry and Revolting Cocks, thru to Jamal's own dalliances with 4AD and the notorious style of Traxx. With that in mind, 'The Suppressed Tapes' are about transcending putative boundaries of style, culture, fidelity, and society; they're about pursuing a personal agenda regardless of what anyone else is doing or saying, and they sound like f**k all else because of that. Now thanks to the nimble restoration job by Neel in Rome and Carl at TruTone NYC, our personal playgrounds and nightclubs can witness these suppressed visions in their salty, banging glory. Recommended!