brighton native jason williams’ latest full length is a massive fractaled out opus. nearly an hour with not a second wasted or repeated, ais is stoked to help spread the love put into this one. ideal soundtrack for the ritual sacrifice brighton’s beaches are notorious for once the sun sets.
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very very excited to present a new lockbox tape, following up the now sold out “hypersecret” tape we did with him earlier in the year. this one is slightly more structured, but still has a pretty free flowing and unpredictable feel from one track to the next, without losing the cohesion of a full statement. so it’s a little different from hypersecret but still is loaded with flourishes that make this project really special. tracks range from danceable speed numbers to slow burners to footwork skrews and emotive sludge pop. all in all a really exciting new collection of tracks from one of my favorite artists to emerge in the past year. this tape was inspired by and was recorded immediately preceding his high school graduation.
“books about the internet” is a cassette reissue of a massively underrated album from the massively underrated label “push the button” ran by rasmus emannuel svensson in the mid 00s. he dropped this album with a zine first as a 34-minute single-track cdr through PTB, and it was instantly on heavy rotation. it’s gotten better with age and we at AIS wanted to hopefully give it a wider audience in tape form. books about the internet is the first and best hyphy chopped n screwed swedish club mix, oscillating delightfully and effortlessly between genres and tempos. sounds like it could be a radio collage culled from the satellite transmissions of some plur culture on a distant star… svensson also plays in smycken which released a tape on AIS in 2009, as well as other stuff through night people and release the bats. full color fold-out art by darren goins.