CMU Approved

Approved: Entrepreneurs

By | Published on Tuesday 1 March 2011


Adam M Crisp’s Entrepreneurs project was born from the effect the recession had on entomology. Yes, you read that correctly. With the economy plummeting, the research department where Crisp worked was forced to close due to budget cuts. No longer able to study insects, he took a job killing them instead, working at a pest control company. Not ideal. Still, he vented the experience of picking up dead stuff all day into his music.

Crisp’s latest single, ‘Fuck Tactics’, is officially released through Fear & Records on 4 Apr, but some slippery fingered fool has slipped and dropped it all over iTunes already. This is good news for you, because you can go and buy it from Apple’s music store right now. Reasons why you should do so include the brain-squeezing saxophone that’s been distressed and strewn liberally throughout the track, and guest vocals from FOE and Ghostpoet.

If you’re the sort who likes to not just trust my taste implicitly, you can also preview the track on SoundCloud.