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Carcass Identity
Carcass Identity EP

Italian label Random Numbers (Mudwise, Marco Unzip) hit a dozen releases with a strange EP from Carcass Identity. This Belgian-based duo turn in four tunes of queasy, often hostile techno on Carcass Identity EP. The likes of ‘Reflexion Ocean’ and ‘Narrenschiff’ are dub-heavy without really being dub techno. There’s a little of Pablo’s Eye and Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement to this one.
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Bear Bones, Lay Low / Don't DJ
Plafond 3

After two entries that have seen contributions from Legowelt and Milan W., the third record in BAKK’s Plafond series hosts new work from Don’t DJ and Bear Bones, Lay Low. Both of the jams here take up a full-side, and the artists luxuriate in the length of their pieces. While the latter's collaboration has yielded a psychedelic, New Age-y electronic odyssey in ‘Dissolve Into The Night’, Don’t DJ’s ‘Rag For Rudolf Rocker’ is a tense anti-groove that could be a soundtrack to a piece of contemporary dance.
  • Vinyl 12" (BAKKPLAFOND 3)
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Bear Bones, Lay Low
Atlantean Encrypted Message

Ernesto González goes white label with three tracks from his Bear Bones, Lay Low project. With the title track taken from his 2015 cassette only album Visions From Limbus on Lonktaar, it’s a radiophonic exploration, sounding like a rainforest on the forbidden planet. Backed by two brand new tracks of his hazy retro electronic psychedelia.
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Bear Bones, Lay Low
Calle Ciega / Asesino

Bear Bones, Lay Low looks like a collaboration with that comma in the middle of its name, but it isn’t. It is the work of Venezuelan producer (and former member of Silvester Anfang) Ernesto González, creating industrial electronic tracks that, unusually for the genre, tend towards brightness rather than darkness. 7” single Calle Ciega / Asesino is out on Les Albums Claus.