Nick Wurzer & Kai Randy Michel style repertoire extends from Progressive House & Techno and Minimal strikes over what to do anything like a bomb. The results, combined with the finest driving beats of the highest quality, sound quality and offer first was already so much enthusiasm chin slide off the ground under their feet. "Frequenz" is mixing trademark wildly-knifing drums with an assortment of real world sounds: bass, frantically dashed figures and horror movie motifs. Their unique palette strikes a chord that's alternately throbbing and sweeping strings are draped all over the record, providing melodic accents here and brusque countermelodies there. "Musica Elektronica" initially pairs huge thudding kicks with percussive glitch and electric sci-fi synths and all elements circle around each other without much real form. When a second kick starts to land, though, the thing becomes nicely swung and seems to surge forward as a result. From there, the untethered background synths spiral about to add an edgelessness to the whole thing while ticking 808 sounds add more intricate up-close detail. "Rhythm Inch" is more industrial and scratchy with scraping percussive sounds grinding against each other, eventually growing smoother with the arrival of some bleary eyed and future-facing melodic smears. A hiccup rises and falls across the face of the whole arrangement, and you eventually find yourself gazing through the gauze-like textures to a blissful deep space utopia out the other side.