Malte Schumann is behind the Caldera project, and as this release shows that he makes distinctive, left of centre techno. "Akman's Rhythm" is a rolling groove, populated by glitchy percussion, powerful sub-bass and dubbed out FX, while on "Anaconda Legs", he drops a tripped out, acid-heavy track, led by glitchy percussion and a steely rhythm. In stark contrast is "Old Hands", where the German producer slows down the tempo to create a deep, dubby arrangement that's led by echoing drums and plaintive chords, while on "A Moment to Breathe", he embraces the downtempo approach again, albeit with booming drums and evocative synth lines to the fore.
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