Boomkat Product Review:
Unmissable modern House groove from half of MyMy, aka Ostgut Ton's co-founder Nick Höppner. With credentials like those, and after probably spending more time in Panorama Bar and Berghain than the bar staff, this guy quite obviously knows what makes a body move. 'A Peck And A Pawn' is pure groove science, augmenting the crisp and spacious aesthetic of Berlin-style Tech-House with a subtly accentuated Funky swing to exceptional effect. Flipside, 'She Parked Herself' is Detroit-influenced, with classic-sounding and sweeping melody guided by shook square bass and drums nodding to Shake and Kevin Saunderson. 'Swivel Flick' is slower, more intimate and involved with sensuous atmosphere and supple, kinky flow. Recommended.