“Judging by the debut of the Ljubljana collective Insan, which sounds like a new wave classic produced by a successor of Martin Hannett, the “golden age” of Yugoslav rock and pop is also the soundtrack of the band’s wet dreams.”
Goran Kompoš, MLADINA
Insan follows a short poetic saga of a collapsing romantic relationship that is morphing into a transgressive political question. The band ends its first phase of experimentation by subverting a multitude of genres, such as punk, trip-hop, trap and hardcore, and combining them with analog synthesizers into a contemporary sound image. Insan likes to flirt with pop music, too. By examining the legacy and contemporary potential of the former Yugoslav new wave scene, they define the project as a transnational and transideological bricolage welcoming you to the new decade.