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nate young - Regression: Between Worlds
**Edition of 300 copies in a gorgeous illustrated reverse-board sleeve** Frighteningly heavy single-side edition from the former Wolf Eyes dude, Nate Young. If you've been lucky enough to catch his live set this last year, you'll no doubt already know that he is one of the most captivating and individual characters on the electronic scene today, so needless to say our expectations were pretty high for this latest addition to the Regression series. Luring us into a nether world of sputtering modular synth and buckled electronics on the fifth (if we rightly include the micro-run lathe cut 'Regression Soup') 'Regression...' session, 'Between Worlds' comprises four tracks, starting at some stranded shoreside before embarking a nauseating journey through the noxiously etheric headspace of a 'Lower Life Form' - all clanking, distant percussion and entropic dub decay - before the palmed organ chords and wheezing synth noises of 'Blind Corner' make sagely nods in the direction of John Carpenter's classic OST for 'The Fog' and the atmosphere of innumerable Italian video nasties. These two longer pieces make up the majority of the record next to a pair of chilling miniatures; the bat screech and acousmatic intrigue of 'Short Life', and the sacrificial cue 'Lapse Of Time' with its macabre organ movement supplied by the mysterious C. Dunham. In all, it almost sounds like a new chapter from Young, making use of a much cleaner pallette, yet somehow still inducing those chills he's become so good at triggering. Highly recommended.