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"We know what you're thinking and you're probably wrong." Said The Black Dog earlier this year and with their The Return Ov Bleep EP, they've added another quote: "while others may be dreaming of time travel and jet packs we accept that the future is much darker and more brutal." This EP is the second release in two years on their own Dust Science imprint, which last year released the third EP by the Dadavistic Orchestra, whom The Black Dog are part of. "Bleep Four", harks back to the days of early electronica when basic bass and drum sequences ruled. Nineties techno influences remain in "Bleep Two", as a long and drawn out groove scatters and crystallises under a flutter of effects. "Bleep One" hosts broken beat and Warp sounding electronics, with the first real bleeps of the EP - friendly in nature - surfacing. "Bleep 5" features a grizzly bassline and more electronic scuzz which statically charges the track, specifically its percussive elements.
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