Perturbator - the one-man Parisian retrowave powerhouse revisits the eerie and energizing analog oscillations of 1970s and 1980s horror, sci fi, action, and exploitation films. Taking cues from long-hailed masters in the genre - John Carpenter, Goblin, Vangelis - Perturbator was weaned on a steady diet of LaserDisc gore.
“The Uncanny Valley” follows on the heels of the unprecedented success of Perturbator's 2014 smash hit “Dangerous Days” - which saw four vinyl pressings, three CD pressings, two cassette pressings, and sold out tours across Europe in only two years time. This is the Parisian artist's extremely sought-after fourth album, set 24 years after the finale of "Dangerous Days" in the future alleyways of Tokyo.
* First-time vinyl pressing of the bonus EP to the reigning retrosynth master's highly-awaited fourth album. * 180-gram+ LP. * Mastered specifically for vinyl from the 24-bit original mixes. * Brand new artwork by Ariel Zucker-Brull. * Heavyweight 350gsm single pocket jacket with black flood printing inside the pocket. * Amazing music.