Boomkat Product Review:
The unnervingly productive Niklas Vorgt has delivered a fine and varied new LP in the form of Devil's House, mixing up the expected high gloss microhouse productions with offset rhythms and unexpected interlude tracks that offer an entirely different slant on the Dapayk Solo soundworld. After the high tempo shuffle of 'How Low' comes the self-explanatory 'Strings Attached', bringing an element of orchestral reverence to the album early on. We're soon back on topic though, weaving our way through the downbeat melodies of the two-step influenced 'Niro', which feeds smoothly into the plucked string samples of 'Skit'. The dark, slightly ominous tone is preserved for a good run of tracks to follow, largely due to some domineering sawblade bass sounds. The complex, hiccupping drum edits and sense of space that are integral to 'Berlin Amo' underlines what's good about the record in general: there's no sense of frivolousness here, and it's a serious, cool headed body of work.