Zimmermann has released a series of EPs on Sound Pellegrino, and one doesn't have to dig too deeply to explain the appeal of his music. The title track is a playful, melodic techno track, its rhythm lithe but forceful, those distinctive hooks somewhere between Kompakt and Derrick May. Nathan Melja's remix reminds this writer of classic Dial; the melodies have be-come more fragile and winsome, underpinned by dubby beats and tight, rasping percussion. Koyote provides a version that takes the listener back in time; rave whistles, a jittery rhythm and ghostly Detroit melodies all come together to sound like a long-lost classic from the early 90s.
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