It's been a good 18 months since we last heard from Pampa offshoot Hart & Tief. Like its' predecessors, the label's third 12" is a double A-side affair showcasing the work of two experienced producers. Stimming handles side A, serving up a rich slice of hypnotic but driving tech-house built around rolling beats, trippy effects and restless riffs. Over on the reverse, Dave DK opts for a more stripped-back, bass-heavy feel on "Saida 222", where nagging, metallic stabs and fluttering chords loop above a dark and foreboding rhythm track. Both tracks sound like tried-and-tested late night workouts, though it's Dave DK's contribution that's our pick of the pair.
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