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Dark electro master Perturbator has crashed onto the scene with an insane force with a perfect rehash and improvement upon ’70s/’80s analog synthesized film scores – recounting John Carpenter (Halloween), Vangelis (Blade Runner), Goblin (Suspiria), and the like. The Uncanny Valley follows on the heels of the unprecedented success of Perturbator’s evocative 2014 release Dangerous Days. This is the Parisian artist’s extremely sought-after fourth album. For The Uncanny Valley, Perturbator pushed himself to the outer limits of his self-invented, neon-soaked universe. The album continues in the same story thread as the artist’s previous works, taking place 24 years after the finale of Dangerous Days. Focus shifts from the world of Nocturne City into the future alleys of Tokyo, after the finale of the War Against Machines.