Identified Patient & Sophie du Palais – Don’t Exclude Anything [PNKMN28]

Identified Patient and his notorious femme fatale are back with another record of deranged darkroom anthems for Pinkman. This 12″ is where crunchy drums and heavy bass are laced with aggressively seductive vocals by Sophie Du Palais. While the theme of the songs, compared with their previous record, goes in a rather kinky direction, the raw ferocity that never fails to grip a dance floor remains.

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Identified Patient & Sophie du Palais – Don’t Exclude Anything [PNKMN28]

Identified Patient – Kogeldans [PNKMN27]

Identified Patient drops another calamitous record on Pinkman. Four dungenous slowbeat cuts, brimming with energy, emotion and attitude. The EP kicks off with Geen Syndroom where jaded, murky melodies go in tandem with sexy bass lines and an obliterating broken drum beat. Thereafter, Nog Steeds High Van De Lak progressively evokes feelings of desolation and melancholia, while carrying an aggressive punch and irresistible groove. Do the flip to find two more ferocious productions in Ver Verwijderd Van Vermoeid and Haar Glans Altijd Strak. The former grips you firmly with bubbling acid and machine gun snares on the backdrop of violent kicks. The latter ends the voyage entrancingly with hypnotic synth lines, whiplash-snares and rattlesnake-hats.

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Identified Patient – Kogeldans [PNKMN27]

Identified Patient / Scarlit Port – Split EP [BT29DDQ03]

The new episode on the Discos del Quebranto series, now under the brokntoys mantle, presents 2 different angles of mutant electronics. On the A side, Dutch producer Identified Patient showcases his discombulated style, slow-motion burners stained in acid. On the flip, Nurse owner Scarlit Port makes his first appearance on vinyl with the deranged Marg , before going all in with Touch U Without Touchin Ur Skin.

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Identified Patient / Scarlit Port – Split EP [BT29DDQ03]

Identified Patient & Sophie du Palais – Aborting Your Dreams [PBD10]

Having already debuted on the Pinkman main label, Identified Patient now steps up for the Pinkman “Broken Dreams” series. The whole EP is furnished with the sinister and commanding vocals of Sophie du Palais, also known as ‘Vrouwe Fataal,’ creating an infectious vortex of panic and scare to abort your dreams. Throughout the release, hazy percussion is carefully seasoned with the bitter synth lines and guitar riffs from Lasznkioff. The first track, ‘Peaceful Panic’ is in full seduction and fetish mode, setting the scene for the better corners. ‘Sleep Without Rest’ violently tightens up the leather and gives you your kicks for thrills. The EP ends with frenzy: messed up intermezzos with Lasznikoff, mixing up an 808 with his destructive guitar rig and, as he states, ‘everything is done.’ Throughout the release, hazy percussion is carefully seasoned with the bitter synth lines and guitar riffs from Lasznkioff. The first track, “Peaceful Panic” is in full seduction and fetish mode, setting the scene for the better corners. “Sleep Without Rest” violently tightens up the leather and gives you your kicks for thrills. The EP ends with frenzy: messed up intermezzos with Lasznikoff, mixing up an 808 with his destructive guitar rig and, as he states, ‘everything is done.’

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Identified Patient & Sophie du Palais – Aborting Your Dreams [PBD10]

Identified Patient – Weeshuis Der Verloren Zielen [PNKMN019]

Identified Patient debuts on Pinkman with a brimming 12” with claustrophobia and paranoia. Acrid acid lines have been boiled down and smeared across cranking percussion. Sired in a soup of static, a blackened groove stalks the entire EP. Dusty beats are rinsed in smelting liquor, a smouldering EBM undercurrent surfacing as the noose tightens to a close.

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Identified Patient – Weeshuis Der Verloren Zielen [PNKMN019]