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It's been a while since Ricardo Villalobos used the Richard Wolfsdorf alias, a pseudonym he first utilized way back in 1996. In some ways, it makes sense; while the two tracks showcased on this first Wolfsdorf 12" for 11 years contain some of Villalobos's aural trademarks - the wonky, South American minimal techno rhythms, undulating basslines and attention to sonic detail - they're noticeably deeper, woozier and quirkier than many of the Chilean's productions. A-side "Fiva 1", for example, sounds like an unlikely fusion of minimal techno and Kompakt style ambient pop (a vibe emphasized by the use of Villalobos's own bizarre vocals), while "Fiva 2" is an altogether more druggy riff on the same basic idea.