The debut full-length by Achterbahn D'Amour (Johannes "Iron Curtis" Paluka and Jurgen Jool Albert), captures two artists coaxing their most emotional sounds to date out of classic Roland boxes.
The album is the natural extension of the duos live-rooted sound, further defining the oblique dance moves contained on their three Acid Test EPs. They demonstrate a true reverence for the 303 and 606. On Odd Movements, lush pads and abrupt toms create a literal pedestal for the bassline machine. The duo have hit on a sound well-suited for dark rooms and towering sound systems.