Gimmik ‎– Rythmus Der Stadt

Toytronic ‎– TOY 06
Vinyl, 12", EP, Limited Edition, 45 RPM


A1 Ausland 4:55
A2 Eine Geschichte 3:40
A3 Ich Bin Du 3:00
B1 Im Sommer 4:25
B2 Ohne Raum 3:05
B3 Rythmus Der Stadt 5:17

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed ByEFA – EFA 22966-1



Limited to 750 copies in black vinyl.
The first 50 copies include Part 1 / 4 of the Gimmik comic.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): WE ARE BACK!
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): WER IST M ؟
  • Barcode (Text): 0 718752 296618

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toy 06 Gimmik Rythmus Der Stadt(12", EP, Ltd, Cle) Toytronic toy 06 UK 2001 Sell This Version


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January 4, 2003

Following two vinyl e.p.s and the critically acclaimed album 'Slow Motion Process' on Worm Interface, the mysterious Austrian project known as Gimmik returns with this outstanding brand new e.p. on Toytronic. Similar to 'Slow Motion Process', 'Rythmus Der Stadt' explores more glitchy, melodic electronica, this time around adding more emphasis on diversity and wiser compositions. A heightened sense of progression is present here, developing songs that are both rhythmic and beautiful all at once. 'Angland' starts off the e.p. with a beautiful distant melody and quickly erupts into a slowly thumping beat alongside crunchy retorts and attractive dark tones. A strange, filtered vocal harmony leads 'Eine Geschichte' while rapidly panning glitch, hollow, thumping beats, and sorrowful synths trail lavishly along. Intricate stings, crunchy beats, wonderful panning effects, multi-layered melodies, and dark synthesizers are all carefully woven components of this 6-track e.p. Each song maintains its own identity, giving the record a multitude of personalities, but remaining parallel to the cohesive Gimmik sound. 'Rythmus Der Stadt' is a prime example of the sheer ingeniousness and astounding charisma of Gimmik's music and why they are held in such high regard by their fans. Savory…


April 23, 2002

My favorite release as of yet. Just absolutely phenomenal.
Hypnotic and deep. Even my Mom likes it!