Despite the title, no one was harmed or indeed abducted during the making of this EP. However that's not to say that the music's not sinister - it is - but the devil's always had the best tunes right? Egyptian Avenue's ethos of putting out the most leftfield bass music continues undiluted with these tow slices of slow and low hip-hop influenced numbers. "Bodywash" is a moody head-nodder that totally synths-out half way through. Meanwhile, "Gun Talk" is a slow fusion of wobble, bass and trap.
Epoch returns! And he's packing some of his rarest steez since "Soundboy Abduction". All air raid sirens, trippy widescreen basses and a scientific spoken word all comprise to form a brutal wall of sound slo-mo drama on "V1" while "Roacher" bubbles with a technoid sense of playfulness and unpredictability. Finally "Rib Cage" takes the surreal sensations to even higher levels with a melting intro, nagging hi-end percussion and the strangest harmonic strings ever to grace an Innamind release. Truly singular.