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Boomkat Product Review:
Original German acid legend and subsequent mnmlst Jörg Burger follows his nose for downbeat atmospheric styles with a 3rd compilation of cinematic, psychedelic, pop ambient-adjacent works by pals and himself
One for those who’ve followed Kompakt and aged gracefully like its catalogue, ‘Velvet Desert Music Vol.3’ tends toward a buoyant late night atmosphere that’s shy of the club but also not ready for bed yet. Cologne’s Burger hustles longtime Kompakt crew in alternate guises for something like a soundtrack to the Bang Bang Bar afterhours.
It’s built to be played in one session, with a smartly sequenced flow between Flug 8’s lambent downtempo stroller ‘Puerto Rico (The Velvet Circle Mix)’ eventually leading to the percolated indie-pop loops of ‘Marole’ ft. Charlotte Jestaedt, with highlights in the effortless bop of Sascha Funke’s ‘Mathias Rust’, hip-rolling cowboy strut to ‘Es Cucurucuc’ by Barcelona’s Golden Bug, enchanting new wave pop sway in Mount Obsidian’s ‘Fade’, and Burger’s own sultry slant on ‘Dark Mambo’ by Seb Mantel.