With 'I Love this Tent' we find Funke abandoning his trademark trancey hugeness for a quieter, less urgent sound. The track suffers from this decision, seeming only to whisper aimlessly for an overlong six minutes. Funke's personality does emerge around the 1:30 mark, but it's far too brief and not enough to save the sinking ship. On the bright side, he may have invented a new sub-genre: Elevator techno.
On the flip side Larsson drops a nice piece of minimal funk with 'Off Voices', his debut with Bpitch Control. He moves his effort forward with an immediacy that the Sascha Funke lacks, the deftly layered percussion varies enough to grab the listener's attention and continues to build with some nice technical flourishes but then...nothing. It just fades into the sunset.
Overall, neither track is really fit for the extended treatment given here, sounding more like cutting-floor pieces than anything else. A truly disappointing release, and a surprising misstep from the rapidly rising Bpitch Control family.