Formed in East London in 1989, post-rock band Disco Inferno released their debut album ‘Open Doors Closed Windows’ in 1991 to critical acclaim. Taking influence from 1970s post punk bands such as Joy Division and Wire, they often made use of glacial melodies and hypnotic rhythms. They were also pioneer samplers utilising the drum track from Iggy Pop’s ‘Lust For Life’ on their final single, ‘It’s A Kids’ World’. Disco Inferno split in 1996, just before the release of their fourth album ‘Technicolour’, going on to be involved in bands like Floorshow and Transformer. A compilation of their 5 EPs is due to be released on OLI shortly.