Review: German producer Dominik Eulberg has always brought his fascination with nature and the outdoor life to his recordings - he is a park ranger during the day time - and the title track here, a gentle, pastoral ambient arrangement, sounds like he means to continue in this vein. However, Eulberg quickly shifts direction and the listener is treated to the menacing tones of "Das Neunauge" and "Der Tanz Der Gluehwuermchen". Less frenetic than previous Eulberg releases, there is nonetheless a sense of menace in the former's throbbing bass and the latter's trancey melodies are served ice cold. However, the most telling proof that Eulberg hasn't got bogged down artistically comes on "Die 3 Millionen Musketiere". There, he combines his love of dramatic melodic sweeps with glitchy percussion and a breakbeat rhythm powered by live, crashing drums.