Clark fits neatly?too neatly, perhaps?onto the Warp roster of electronic mavens. While his earlier records flirted with the avant-acid perpetuated by the label, Empty The Bones Of You is rooted solidly in Warp’s creepy quasi-ambient department. As such, there’s plenty here that’ll appeal to fans of Boards Of Canada and of The Aphex Twin’s more peaceable moments. The discreet melodies, the muddy off-kilter beats and the generally disconcerting air are beautifully realised. But the overall result is rarely quite as haunting or individual as Clark must have envisaged.