The veteran minimalist gets weird on this daring double EP.
"Veddel Braav" is built around echoed synth shards, spacious beats and subterranean bass. Late in the track, Wruhme strips most of it away, creating a toe-curling tension and release that will be magnified in a club setting. The title track sets a surly Crosstown Rebels-esque vocal loop to a trippy groove and a bunch of mysterious clanks and rattles, while "Protol Eto" is a simple, functional weapon.
"Maiowo," the EP's weirdest track, also contains its most gorgeous moment, where a spluttering set of breaks and demented drums are interrupted by vocal snatches and an angelic string synth. There are also emotional interludes ("Perluv," "Tisma") and more raucous cuts ("Wabb Bodun") that showcase Wruhme's enduring knack for pitting incongruous elements against each other and turning them into something catchy. Few do it better.