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Identified Patient - Signals in Snakes (EP) (2019)
Category: ElectronicTechno | Date: 10.06.2019 13:26
ARTIST.... Identified Patient
TITLE....... Signals in Snakes (EP)
STYLE...... Techno, EBM
LABEL...... Dekmantel
QUALITY..... 320kbps
COUNTRY.... Netherlands

Identified Patient - Signals in Snakes (EP) (2019)
If heavy industry is a thing of the past, no-one told Identified Patient. For the past few years, he has been a one-man factory: by day, assembling component parts of acid, techno and all varieties of wave (dark, cold, minimal) on the production line; by night, a DJ dynamo pulsing with so much energy he could power a small city. His style is the kind of churning, lithe, fractured machine funk that could make Trent Reznor weep with envy – mean but clean, sinister and stomping but crucially, never overconfident or overblown. After two show-stopping performances at the parent festival last year, Signals In Snakes marks Identified Patient’s first Dekmantel release, for the technoid UFO sub-label.
Opener “The Drip” lives up to its namesake, slowly lowering elements into the field of play with partner in crime Sophie Du Palais. No prizes for guessing what exactly might be dripping through this fetishistic slow burner, so we’ll let your sordid imagination run wild. “Let Me Do It” takes the pent-up anguish and lets rip with the mood of unearthed electrical wires sending sparks flying, an upscaling of intensity that continues on “Chantal Chant.” Envisioned as the moments of tension before a gladiator fight in ancient Greece, the acidysound is that of barely restrained militant chaos. Our battered fighter’s swan-song, “Lucy’s Comeback,” marshals the dark undercurrents of bass and brings us to a close. Giving a new lick of shiny paint to a well-weathered industrial exoskeleton, Signals In Snakes is one to unify the cold-blooded villains and hot-blooded lovers all summer long. 

Tracklist:
1. The Drip (Ft. Sophie du Palais) (5:59)
2. Let Me Do It (6:40)
3. Chantals Chant (5:21)
4. Lucy's Comeback (4:46)


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