Over the past few years Cinthie's we_r house has played host to material from the likes of Kevin Over, Manuold, Elgo Blanco and Simon Shaw to name a few, the imprint continues to push house sounds with a stripped-back, groove driven inclination. Here this continues in fine form with German trio Burkhardt, Meat and Wood under their collective BMW guise.
Leading the release is 'Last Order', laid out over seven minutes with snaking bass grooves, crunchy glitched out percussion and bubbling dubbed out synth plucks. 'Morning Melodie' follows, a gritty acid laced workout perfectly crafter for early dance floor moments.
'Threeothree' follows next on the b-side, bringing bumpy drums, resonant bleeps and ghostly resonant synths into the forefront while hazy chords and tripped-out spoken word vocals wind within the composition. 'Coronchen' then wraps up the package, winding things down on a deeper tip via fluttering synths, airy stab sequences and bright string lines atop intricately crafted percussion and a rounded sub bass line.