Fans of that Yumé record, with its meandering, club-ready aesthetic, will be instantly drawn to Minor, but there's also a newer side to Voigtmann here. "Possibilism" and "Groovism" are the two dance floor cuts, and they're both the kind of bass-heavy, tightly wound techno we've come to associate with the German. The former is the more lively and robust, driving a serpentine bassline through a dark alley of snappy synths and smoggy pads. "Groovism" takes an eerier approach, dangling an uneasy melody over furious hi-hats and a fleshy bassline.
The release's most interesting moments, though, are when Voigtmann leaves the four-to-the-floor pulse to one side. On "Fruitification," it's as if he's teasing us, constructing a moody atmosphere from bass hits, low-toned vocal samples and Moby-like flourishes that'll have you crying out for a kick drum that never comes. Smart DJs could work wonders with this one. And then there's "Repetitionism," a track most easily described as dubby downtempo with a hint of jazz. That it's the EP's best track shows Voigtmann's ability to make music for alternative settings, and his continued desire to explore the limits of his sound.