Stimming and H.O.S.H. occupy the A-side with ‘Radar’, which marries Diynamic’s pluck house aesthetic with stretched and pulled synth motifs, as if heard on the Autobahn with vehicles whizzing by. It culminates in a rushing crescendo of distended pitches before finishing with a bluesy organ fanfare. This one has big tune written all over it.
H.O.S.H. and Solomun’s ‘Milkyway’ is more Tiger Stripes territory, with prominent bass pads, syncopated stabs and twinkling piano, while Solomun & Stimming’s ‘Ghostdog’ has a more dusky cinematic feel (Perhaps in homage to the Jim Jarmusch film of the same name?). Its organic drums and offbeat samples—flute flourishes, error message blurts—make it the duo’s most sonically advanced tune, if better suited for afterhours than peak time.
The ‘Triology EP’ strongly affirms yet again what Diynamic’s top roster is capable of, especially in collaboration.