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Elena Colombi’s Osàre! Editions host the murky solo debut, proper, by Inkasso, following the German duo’s smattering of compilation cuts for Osàre! and Kashual Plastik in recent years
After studding highlights on the ‘Il Lupo Della Steppa’ and ‘A Weird State of Experimental Experience’, and a roughcut gem on Kashual Plastik’s ‘Respect The Unexpected - In The Age of Sci-Fi’ compilation, Inkasso come into their own on ‘Zeichen Im Schact Der Verschleierten Tatsachen’, which literally translates to ‘Sign in the well of the Veiled Facts’, and metaphorically signifies the murky enigma of their work, which grubs around in swampy sorts of post-techno pulses, smudged jungle breaks and gunky illbience.
The results feel a little like one of Black Zone Myth Chant’s hypnotic, screwed regressions, but with the crooked rhythmic buoyancy of of those Free Range 12”s that preceded Inkasso on Osàre! Editions.