The Sued label is fast approaching the status of labels like Laton and Acido in our collective heart, and SW's latest record for the label is a perfect example of just why. While the first part of SW's Reminder offered a euphoric slice of techno that sounded like Shed going all-out with his more '90s ambient tendencies, this second record is a much more nuanced affair. The minimal yet driving percussive sounds of "Track 1" are complemented by the most delicate of synth backdrops, while "Track 2" sounds like the essence of Chicago house distilled down to the atomic level. "Track 3" is a much more straightforward deep house jam, and "Track 4" may call Mr Fingers to mind, but there's enough mathematical oddity in the rhythms to please the fans of more experimental fare as well.
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