Legowelt resurrects a cult alias.
Most of Means To Freedom sounds dog-eared and heat-warped, like it could be from the days of the original Gladio records. Whenever it's from, it features Wolfers at his most casual. Moods veer from creepy (the clammy West Coast electro crawl of "Temple Of Pervesius") to carefree (the spaced-out techno of "Olympus Panspermia"), with a stoned, distant quality. The lead-footed techno of "Of Hyperborea" stands out, as does the flinty, 8-bit sound of "Fist Of Gladio," which feels like it was made on some old Amiga or Commodore. As usual for Wolfers, there's a vague quality that brings the best track to life. "De Astra Planeti" is smoky electro weighed down by a tinge of melancholy. Its rugged combination of D.I.Y. aesthetics, humour and technical prowess shows his mad genius.