Thomas Muller delivers a mixture of tracks for the dance floor and the sofa on his latest outing for Ellen Allien's Bpitch. The title track is a subtle groove, its off beats and eerie melodies combining to make a nuanced take on techno. "Paris Asylum" is more tracky, and coupled with a hypnotic siren riff, should have the requisite effect on the floor. At that point, Muller goes off on a tangent. "Sub Summer" is based on loose break beats and jarring riffs and features a sample of Jim Morrison singing "Indian Summer". "Rude Way for Sweet Heart" follows the offbeat approach and its throbbing down beats and swirling jazzy chord make it the perfect post-party soundtrack.
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