UK-based Icelander ILO has a number of underground hits to his name, including a killer rework of New Musik's "Warp", and a notable revision of Grace Jones' classic "Private Life". Here he concentrates on his own production, delivering a trio of tracks tailor-made for dark warehouses, tiny sweatboxes, and illicit rave-ups. First up is the deliciously bass-heavy, early '90s-influenced bump of "Put Of A Jack On It", where sampled, delay-laden vocals weave their way around fizzing percussion and vintage riffs. He delves deeper on the woozy, sleazy and hypnotic "Prayer", before rounding off a fine EP with the thunderous acid bass, hissing Detroit techno cymbals and occasional floatation tank chords of "Hiddenlane".
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