Boomkat Product Review:
After a brief pause, the label most likely to squeeze the floor returns for our continuing improvement and edification. Two very different characters present themselves on each side. 'On fire' sounds like all the good ones so far, almost like an antidote to the 'Easy woman' anthem, this could become a whole new sub genre, sleazy minimal! 'Tor ero' really shocks out, the percussive intro rudely interrupted by a germanic interjection, saying 'You shouldn't keep animals if you don't know how to handle them', answered by 'what's with the pig then?' Rude-assed pyscho-acid is the order of the day here, total mayhem on wax. Flip the script for a different ball-game altogether, 'Role fur kale' and 'Big operation' seem to come from a jazz-house hinterland, rolling boogie on the opener, somewhere offshore from Theo Parrish, only slightly quicker, enjoying a deep bassline, jazzy keys, live brass and a sultry feel. 'Big operation' heads still deeper into the early-after hours, loping stand up bass, sax, the merest hint of click, gorgeous, open, even empty but certainly full of the funk. Four big ones from Musik Krause!