Rene Pawlowitz has worked under so many different names and guises that it can be hard to keep track of his movements, but one unifying theme is his love of 90s dance music. As Shed, Wax and EQd, a passion for Detroit house and techno is audible, while WK7 is a platform for him to articulate his love of break beat. Confusingly, this third release comes with a twist; "More Music" sounds more like a garage/house hybrid, with Pawlowitz laying down a repetitive 'music' vocal sample over a jittery rhythm. Even the title track isn't business as usual and the break beats are more understated, the stabs more subtle and the vocals garbled and mushy. It sounds like there is change afoot for WK7: watch this space.
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