D.I. Go Pop
Disco Inferno’s second studio album came in the wake of their embrace of live sampling possibilities, and while it was recorded during sessions for some of their most thrillingly beautiful EP cuts, D.I. Go Pop was in many ways the wryly titled creative counterbalance, an embrace of the fraught and extreme. There’s hints of said beauty on “Even the Sea Sides Against Us” and elsewhere, but from the disorienting calm-into-blast of the opening “In Sharky Water,” Disco Inferno inhabit their own realm of art-rock, very English and very unsettled in its impact.