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|1.||Sneaker - "You Think You Think"|
|1.||Cvbox - "Machinematch"|
|2.||Stefan Lohse - "Pl'a'tschern"|
Dresden-based imprint Uncanny Valley reach release number four with this three track EP from Sneaker, Cvbox and Stefan Lohse. Sneaker's "You Think You Think" hogs the A-Side with claps and a chuggy bass forming the rhythmic thrust along with some decidedly metallic synth twangs! Flipping over, Cvbox's "Machinematch" gurgles with acidic intent, while Lohse's "Pl'a'tschern" is comprised of water drips and an ominous thudding techno bass drum serving as the metronomic pulse, before a warped bassline comes in to provide the track with that oddball charm that Uncanny Valley specialise in. Be sure to keep and ear out for release number five, which will be helmed by Jacob Korn (with a notable deviation in terms of artwork from previous releases). UV is fast becoming an essential little label.
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