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Danny Wolfers plays to his Memphis rap and cosmic techno inspirations on an absorbing album delivered via his Nightwind Records
Effortlessly switching styles between lo-slung 808 strutters and pulsating club cuts, it’s signature Legowelt from nose to tail. Booming, syrupy southern rap-styled instrumentals bookend and temper the album’s flow between the furtive intro and killer closing passages, with standouts in the cold but humid slug of ‘Buying ZIPdisks in Memphis’ and screw face knocks of ‘Your Life Goals Are Slipping Away’, which all make for fine contrast with his typically off-the-cuff and livewire techno-house jams. They’re at best in the tunnelling slow techno dream sequence of ‘Color Techno For You and Me’, the radiant harmonic pads of ‘Where You Want To Go’ and the minimal wave wheeze of ‘Dune is a Great Movie No Matter What People Say’, but we advise doing it in one sitting for optimal effect and escapism.