It’s only coincidence that Ignacio Aguilera Bericochea’s name is so reminiscent of the cochlea, that bony, shell-shaped part of the inner ear that’s the heart of our hearing, but how fitting it is. I.A. Bericochea’s music, a profoundly thinned-out minimal techno that’s more absent than present, offers the profoundest kind of intense listening, grounded with bass that reverberates deep in the body and graced with white noise that seems to graze the very surface of the ear drum, like summer grasses brushing against weathered cement. “Rojo-like red eye,” which reflects blood vessels in the eye of a photographed subject-is a journey into the pulsing heart of sound.