Lets go straight to the point here:
Florian Meindl, who is in the middle of the recording and production of his first artist album, has decided to pick six clubby tracks and release them on two EPs before the long awaited album in order to give an idea about the sonic worlds of his new works.
"Desert times" is the first sign of a new musical dimension Florian is entering - he learned how to produce and record bands during his studies in London and now Florian is using these skills more and more for his dance music projects. This collaboration with Ricardo Phillips, who has his roots in Caribbean Islands, is a meltdown of deep hypnotic Techno and the soul of raggae.
"Along The Thames" has been working a treat wherever Florian played this nu funk destroyer, it's far away from his usual straight beats, but one makes it appendent to his other musical pieces: the deep and dreamy vibe.
The cosmopolitan and dubby influences of "The Unexpected Happened" close the EP in a fine electronica style.