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Alessio Natalizia ov Walls meditates on the fidelity of memory and synaesthetic perception with his third release as Not Waving. Taking inspiration from neurologist Oliver Sacks, the philosophy and thinking of B.F. Skinner, and the research of Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov (not CoH), 'Voices I' spans seven hazily hypnagogic pieces of chattering drum machine pulses and groggy synths threaded and embedded with tape-manipulated field recordings challenging the listeners sense of space and place with intra-dimensional, extra-textural ambiguity. It makes a virtue of the uncanny spaces between his various hardware "voices" and the way we sense and feel their shapes, timbres and textures in a 2D environment. Or to put it another way, it's trippy sh*t for fans of vintage Italian industrial experiments and the likes of Thought Broadcast.