Review: The enigmatic Headless Horseman returns! Well, he let the cat out of the bag a while ago, and we all now know that it is American producer Bill Youngman behind the project. Nonetheless, the mystique and allure surrounding the music remains, and the eighth edition of his eponymous imprint brings his idiosyncratic style to the fore once again: bleak and dystopian sonic pathways, via the factory floor, that are not for the faint of heart. The body bashing intensity of A side cut "Bed Of Stone" is akin to the oncoming of a major earthquake, while on the flip, the chilling tension and suspense of "The Distress Subsided" has an almost cinematic quality - you could imagine the villain in a horror film stalking his prey while this plays nefariously in the background. Finally, the seething slow burner "Gallantly Mounted" closes the EP out with its immaculately programmed industrial beats.