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Earlier in the year, veteran Italian producer Ivan Iacobucci popped up on Perlon with arguably one of his most impressive singles for some time. Here he rounds off a relatively quiet 2019 via a four-track missive on Yay. There's much to admire, from the thrillingly aggressive bassline and fizzing, Detroit-influenced percussion of peak-time stomper "80MB", to the spacey, riff-sporting bounce of quietly atmospheric closing cut "Egosystem". Sandwiched in between you'll find the clattering drums, intergalactic electronics, chunky bass and chiming riffs of "Pata-Track", as well as the pounding drums, squelchy acid bass and twisted modular sounds of "Farout".
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