Volume 3 is another pairing of Philadelphia and New York City, pushing the edges of minimal techno variables, bringing a nod to both the dance floor and the living room, combining tight 4/4 rhythms with emotional depth.
Someone Else brings his unique sensibilities to a static filled click rhythm fest in the context of bass hooks and a heavily vocoded mini-phrase that continuously enters the track as broken syllables, with the occasional
utterance of the whole. Intermittent interjections of squeaky crowds and a solid woody snare make 'Goink' feel like its namesake.
Honig returns on the flip with 'Transportation Application.' Low sub bass is pinned under a shuffled
groove, with crunchy, clappy snares and clipped speech edits. A melancholic, yet bright pad loop houses
blocks that scratch and scrawl across the tune, while midway through comes a wall of dubbed out guitar distortion.
"Both tracks are as whimsical as they are graceful, and as emotional as they are reserved - not an easy trick to pull off." - The Wire