These three deep, nuanced tracks range from 16 to six-plus minutes in length, and Mullaert doesn't waste a second. His textures, pads, leads, rhythms and samples are in constant motion, and frequencies often materialize from the ether to sound as if they'd always been there. "A1" and "B1" could conceivably—and rightfully—go on forever, folding together their melodies and nudging their grooves until all possible configurations have been exhausted. It's immersive stuff, and likely to bring to mind Voices From The Lake, or even a seminal ambient/techno shapeshifter like Gas.
Mullaert's improvisational touch gives WaWuWe02 a candid edge; on-the-fly mixing and sneaky micro-experiments feed the palpable tension of music being realized as you listen. In that respect, "B2" may be the least satisfying, though only because there's less ground for it to traverse due to its dense ambiance. Still, taken as a whole, the record continues a thoughtful thread of techno teeming with life.