||1.||"The Hill" (5:08)|
||3.||"Comida Para Todos" (4:54)|
Well it seems that Vladimir Ivkovic's Offen Music will prove to be every bit as far reaching and unpredictable as his legendary sets at Dusseldorf's Salon Des Amateurs. To recap, the debut Offen offering was a rare sojourn through the unreleased archives of Rex Illusivii, aka cult Serbian musician Mitar Suboti?. This second release introduces Toresch, a new project featuring Detlef Weinrich, Viktoria Wehrmeister and Jan Wagner. Weinrich is of course Salon icon Tolouse Low Trax, and if you were a fan of his recent Themes For Great Citites 12" you will want to spend some time acquainting yourself with the six tracks on this Essen Fur Alle mini LP. Musically, this is largely an affair between the vocals of Wehrmeister and Weinrich's snapping, fluctuating production hand. Wagner's involvement is largely an aesthetic one. Regardless this is a fine collection of music that will appeal to fans of the Salon sound and posits Toresch as a modern day CH BB. Quite wonderful.
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