Not a single word is uttered on 'Inner Foam' by Le Duh, but it somehow expresses an emotional arc as relatable as today's wordiest tracks. Its wonky vocoder-esque lead turns this two-and-a-half-minute instrumental into a kind of robotic ballad, an erratic and digitised elegance that can be read as the sound of a hard drive gasping for breath, as it reveals the encrypted secrets it holds within over the satisfying snaps and turns of driving percussion.

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