RSD004 // Ice Accountant

by MAN VS. INDIAN MAN

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    Hand-numbered out of 500 black vinyl. Cut by Dietrich at Complete Mastering, pressed at Archer Record Pressing on Detroit's east-side. Artwork by Peter Croce and MVIM.

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Rocksteady Disco closes the sweltering season with the aprop​ os ​Ice Accountant EP by MAN VS INDIAN MAN, sonically chronicling the transition from summer to fall in Detroit. Featuring Detroit artists ​Evan Haywood and Ian Finkelstein​ (the latter of Scott Grooves’ Overdubs keyboard fame) as ​MAN VS INDIA​N MAN, ​Ice Accountant boasts Rocksteady Disco’s most high-profile lineup from its releases to date.

The EP kicks off with LA’s Electro Pharaoh himself, ​Egyptian Lover​, living up to the track’s chilly title, complete with his signature 808 and vocoder stylings. Detroit’s Disco au Courant ​Pontchartrain​ grabs the baton for the next cut with an uplifting remix that will have you wishing summer would never end. It sees him on the keyboard and a special, exclusive synth solo from Finkelstein.

Hailing from Itajubá, Brazil, ​Table Daddy​ kicks off the B-Side with his dirty, bittersweet yet beautiful and melodic Techno interpretation that truly flips and distorts the source material in curious, compelling and unexpected ways; fans of Kyle Hall’s Wild Oats and Jay Daniels’ Watusi High are sure to feel this remix.

MVIM’s original version comes in at Track 4, finally getting the vinyl release it deserves. Here the listener is treated to all of Haywood’s soulful vocals, coupled with Finkelstein’s cryptic synthesizer work. Rounding out the five-track journey is ​ASHOD​’s “Cloud Nine.” A sublimely executed downtempo, slomo production that perfectly incorporates Haywood’s arresting dubbed-out vocals, it’s well-suited as an after-hours closing tune.

Vinyl purchasers will receive a download code for ​Peter Croce​’s extended mix of the original track. Here the Rocksteady Label boss—channeling his inner Tom Moulton—takes the proverbial razor and tape, extending the dramatic original into an airy, DJ-friendly version that is reminiscent of Cut Copy meets STRFKR meets Flight Facilities.

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released September 9, 2016

Written, performed, and produced by MAN VS. INDIAN MAN.
Track 5 produced by ASHOD

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Rocksteady Disco Detroit, Michigan

Rocksteady Disco is a boutique and independent record label and party founded in 2014 in Detroit, Michigan by Peter Croce. Inspired by legendary global soundsystems of yesteryear, the label boasts an eclectic yet cohesive catalog of music inspired by parties from Detroit to London, New York to Nigeria, Jamaica to Chicago, and Tokyo to Brazil. ... more

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