Boomkat Product Review:
For his first solo release outside Mathias Schaffhauser's Ware Records, Ziggy Kinder moves over to Tiefschwarz's Souvenir imprint. These two tracks luxuriate in extended, fanciful percussive developments, particularly in the case of B-side 'Bailamos' (wasn't that an Enrique Iglesias single?) which ditches virtually everything but the densely compacted beats, serving up a pretty comprehensive rhythm track. The main draw remains the title track however, whose gritty bassline probes away at you for a good few minutes before an ill-tempered stab takes over as the focus of your attention. Once again, the percussive detail keeps the track interesting.