The first Legowelt EP in years captures its maker at his best.
It's great to see "Golem Memory Bank" get a release almost a year after it appeared in the RA Session. This is Wolfers at his best. It's the track here that most closely fits the mysticism description, with glassy melodies and strings interlocking with a breakbeat DJ Shadow would approve of. A four-on-the-floor pulse powers the other tracks. "Omnibus Babylon" is notable for its high-pitched vocal sample and acid madness towards the end. "Learning To Fly" is more mellow and has pads that likely inspired the track's name, while "Miskatonic Trimester" is both dreamy and relentless. It's not always clear how Wolfers' stated influences show up in these tracks, but as one of the scene's most prolific and best-loved artists, it's an approach that's definitely working for him.