Boomkat Product Review:
The jazzy German whizkid shells down four deep and husky grooves on Funkineven’s Apron Records in pursuit of diverse turns for his Money $ex Records and a split album with Glenn Astro for Ninja Tune over the last 12months.
His Apron EP slots perfectly into the label’s well worn aesthetic, graded with a kind of hash-like organic texture and potency in the pinched high of Purpurner Nurnwurz, and again with the fibrous ghetto-hausch consistency of Winkelrose.
Turn it over for a moment of timeless, daft but romantic jazz-funk in Cheap Fusion Intro, and for those snake-hipped type, a sterling sort of Afro-latin rug-cutter called B.E. on some deep Kaidi or Dego hustle.