Chris de Luca (b. 11 Might 1974, Kolbermoor, Germany) and Peabird (b. Dominik Gilbert Marcel) fulfilled by opportunity in the Delerium record shop in Munich, Germany operate by the second option. Their subsequent recording of sliced up loops and ripped up rhymes, 2002’s Fatal Wiv Da Disko, experienced a four-year gestation period. De Luca is usually half of creation/remix duo Funkstörung and their connected Musik Aus Strom label, and his cooperation with Peabird echoes that clothing’s hyper-detailed masterpieces. Funkstörung possess notably shredded vocal songs by artists such as for example Wu-Tang Clan and Björk and, under his personal name, de Luca applies an identical aesthetic towards the human being tone of voice: Peabird’s vocals are generally cut and distorted to the idea of incomprehension. However, de Luca and Peabird create a few of the most exciting music their genre provides. Deadly Wiv Da Disko notably features collaborations with Tryflynn, Profidence, and Anti-Pop Consortium’s Coffee beans. The recording’s sleeve features the training ‘For disko only use!’, but such protestations are misleading. Rather, the duo merge the slice and paste appearance of old college hip-hop using the cutting edge audio of modern electronica, to produce music that noises similar to body rock and roll for automatons when compared to a soundtrack for the dance flooring of Studio room 54 or the Heaven Garage.