Identified Patient lines up EP on Dekmantel

You’ve more than like­ly heard him at one of their many events, now check out what he has geared up for their label! 

The Ams­ter­dam based beat machine is at it again, mak­ing his pres­ence known with more com­pelling ana­log work­outs. Fol­low­ing hot off the heels of two tidy out­ings on Pinkman comes this four-track EP titled Sig­nals in Snakes”. On this endeav­our Iden­ti­fied Patient lands in safe hands with his com­rades at Dek­man­tel as they line him up on their twist­ed UFO series. 

The four cuts come ooz­ing in that 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.” The Dutch­man returns with his part­ner in crime Sophie Du Palais on open­ing cut The Drip” while upscal­ing the inten­si­ty on the accom­pa­ny­ing A‑side Let Me Do It”. The tan­ta­liz­ing ener­gy con­tin­ues on the flip with the furi­ous acid lines of Chan­tals Chant” before tieing the EP togeth­er with the sin­is­ter­ly seduc­tive Lucy’s Comeback”. 

Sig­nals In Snakes is one to uni­fy the cold-blood­ed vil­lains and hot-blood­ed lovers all sum­mer long.” 

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