Instrumentalmusik Von Der Mitte Der World was produced using an expansive set of acoustic and electronic gear.
Instrumentalmusik Von Der Mitte Der World has Schulte, a resident at Düsseldorf's Salon Des Amateurs and "tropical drums" obsessive also known as Bufiman, assuming his Wolf Müller moniker as he collaborates with fellow German musician Wandt on what press notes (written by Patrick Ryder, of Manchester's Piccadilly Records shop) call "a supernatural mission into the heart of the rhythm."
The vinyl double-pack, whose 12 tracks range from one to over 12 minutes in length, was made with the help of a handful of guest contributors and a wide array of instruments, including Roland and Akai electronic hardware and acoustic music-makers like the tabla, djembe, kalimba and cowbell, just to name a few.
We're told Schulte and Wandt "will make you swing your pants like a Crash Bandicoot victory dance" when the album sees release in February.
Schulte drew praise last year for curating the Tropical Drums Of Deutschland compilation on Music For Dreams.
A1 Der Mitte Der World
A2 Lockerina feat. Timo Hein
B1 Expedition feat. Florian Van Volxem
C1 Welcome Zum Paradies feat. Florian Van Volxem, Sara Dudzinski Rodriguez, Kurt Prödel
C2 Kleiner Trommelbaum
C3 Traum 4 feat. Philipp Otterbach
D1 Ahu feat. Nils Herzogenrath, Florian Van Volxem
D2 Aus Versehen Angetörnt
D3 Weltraumsandalen feat. Florian Van Volxem
D4 Ein Afrikadelle Danke
Growing Bin Records will release Instrumentalmusik Von Der Mitte Der World in February 2018.