His this year's second album "Heavy Day" still heavily resonates in people's ears, now that Falko Brocksieper already delivers an appropriate follow-up. On "Fresh 727" Brocksieper finds back to raw, sketchy arrangements, evolving their full energy just from deep, rolling basic grooves, as opposed to the close examination of each tiny sound and every dramaturgic peculiarity in the recent longplayer's production. On the title track "Fresh 727" noisy, Maurizio-esque house chords encounter futuristic vocal messages, while edgy, classic drumbox-riffs rip up the dense atmosphere of the track again and again. A deep, marching groove and the freeminded combination of elements signalize special club moments from the very start. On the backside "Request" turns out to be an equally organic, sizzling counterpart, which can promote its sustainable cheerfulness alone by its ongoing bouncy bassline, in a way that all accessory parts get dispensable - to the benefit of a well-balanced blend of rattling percussion, carved vocals and quirky atmo's.