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Sol*Selectas Records is proud to present the Inside Job EP by Angel Francisco Lpez, aka
Professor Angel Sound. Once a prominent DJ and promoter inside Barcelona's fertile music scene,
Lopez was forced to act as a drug mule on his return home from a gig in Panama and was subsequently
busted and is currently incarcerated in a Panamanian prison. Tirelessly pushing forward, Angel Sound
involved himself in the prison's Rehabilitation Through Music program and began making beats from
his cell, gaining access to Soundcloud a year later. After re-connecting with the scene and discovering
Moombahton via the internet in his cell, Angel found himself gravitating towards the releases on
Sol*Selectas. He sent an early demo to label head DJ Sabo who saw a spark in the music, and began a
correspondence. Angel Sound's Inside Job EP is an obvious reference to the circumstances he finds
himself in, having been written and produced inside the bowels of a prison, but also references a deeper
part of the soul - music coming from a place where the light shines the brightest.
The EP kicks off with the title track, "Inside Job", a deep and dubby four to the floor joint with a buzzing
bassline, off-kilter percussion and a cacophony of voices re-creating a Panamanian robbery scene, all
recorded from Angel's fellow inmates - kidnappers, thugs, drug dealers and more. Next up, "Perdidos" is
a Moombahton track rooted in the idea of walking around "free" but still being caught up in a prison of
your own mind, with recorded prison vocals talking about being lost in a tropical jungle after an escape
attempt. The song's mood reflects this with its overall energy, thumping drum lines, and anxiety ridden
synth stutters. Lastly, "Da Sound" conjures up imagery of a Panamanian jungle at night, with the vocals
discussing a midnight reunion. The track alternates between deep & moody and completely upfront &
dancefloor oriented. On the remix tip, Mexico City's BN Loco takes "Inside Job" on a cosmic trip with his
understated drum programming, swirling synthesizers, and humming bass, while Sabo & Melo strip it
down into a minimal Moombah banger of a tune meant to be played loud & late


Inside Job

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