Hamburg's very own Stimming arrives on the hospitable shores of a freshly cut Audiomatique with the wonderful Buxton Pipes EP. With releases on Diynamic, Freerange, Terminal M and Liebe*Detail Martin Stimming's carreer was boosted by the underground hit 'Una Pena' last year and peaked in his debut album Reflections earlier this year. 'Buxton Pipes', the lead track on the new EP, is a beautifully reduced, gentle roller that combines textural, shifting filtered percussion, phasing, effected melodies and a rich sub-room sound design that confirms Stimming's talents at working those subliminal zones. Dainty, pretty and yet totally punchy at the right volumes, its a genuine slice of ultra modern micro-post-minimal-house. Continuing the trippy, time-melting vibe perfectly, 'Kakusei' arrives with its pushing array of softened percussion and carefully extended spooky breakdowns. Sliding and squelching through 7 minutes of prime tracky workout territory its another stellar addition to the record. Finally the skipp.