Pedro Vian next on Modern Obscure Music

The upcoming Black Toms 12″ features remixes from Inga Copeland and Pye Corner Audio.

Modern Obscure Music label founder Pedro Vian was responsible for one of our podcasts in early March, and when quizzed about what he had planned for 2015 the Spaniard gave little away, stating “I’ll release more new material this year, but I don’t want to disclose any more details. I’ll make you wait.” Vian did, however, disclose he was particularly fond of Inga Copeland’s work, so it makes for little surprise the erstwhile Hype Williams artist is involved in the label’s latest 12″ release.

Due for release next month, Black Toms features two new productions from Vian complemented by reinterpretations by Copeland and the ever excellent Pye Corner Audio, continuing Modern Obscure Music’s penchant for seeking out interesting high profile artists for remixes. Copeland’s obliterating three-minute take on the title track can be heard below and has already garnered praise from Pitchfork’s noted scribe ‘Big’ Phil Sherburne.

Modern Obscure Music will release Black Toms by Pedro Vian in mid-June.


A1. Black Toms
B2. Black Toms (Inga Copeland Remix)
B1. Cops de Cap
B2. Cops de Cap (Pye Corner Audio Remix)

Header image courtesy of Sergi Garcia