Boomkat Product Review:
The legendary Move D hooks up with Bine labelmate Benjamin Brunn for three insanely deep Techno/House trips. Many of you may not be as familiar with Benjamin Brunn as Move D, but Brunn was responsible for one of our favourite albums on the Raster Noton related imprint, alongside a collaborative project with David Moufang back in 2006 on 'Let's call it a day'. 'Honey' opens up the 12" with a skilled and lush padded house variant making great use of spacey reverbs to create a resonantly trippy atmosphere that really does the trick whilst never forgetting to look towards the floor with a nagging acid line and perpetually shifting rhythms. The 12"s other main cut 'Melons' takes a more subdued approach with droning atmospheres built up around a slower deep house rhythm allowing the pair time to really dive into the murky depths of the groove and pull out some absorbing. sick sounds. Awesome.