Ruhig ‎– Lost In The Instability E.P.

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Lost In The Instability 5:54
Nibelheim 6:54
Alba 1:28
Stillness 6:57
Pulse Width 4:24

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MDG002 Ruhig Lost In The Instability E.P.(12", EP) Midgar MDG002 Germany 2014 Sell This Version
MDG002 Ruhig Lost In The Instability E.P.(12", EP, Promo, W/Lbl) Midgar MDG002 Germany 2014 Sell This Version

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lcbuijs

lcbuijs

May 14, 2017
referencing Lost In The Instability E.P., 12", EP, MDG002

Great EP overall, but Pulse Width stands out for me here. Brilliant track.
JAKMA

JAKMA

November 18, 2014
referencing Lost In The Instability E.P., 12", EP, MDG002

Ruhig (newborn project of Audiolouis from Natch Records) debuts on Midgar with a deeply atmospheric mini-album composed by five tracks plus one Intro on the flipside. The record opens with 'Lost In The Instability', a sophisticated ensemble of crumbled beats, gloomy synths and basslines that well anticipate the edgy tendencies of the release; while 'Nibelheim' completing the first side, gives a modern and well balanced interpretation of the most groovy and dancefloor dedicated dub/deep techno rhythmics. The B-side features a short and alienating intro 'Alba' right before the deeply esotheric 'Stillness' a sonorous monument assembled by epic jams and bright entrancing sirens. Following, the highly saturated 'Pulse Width', an elegant but yet severe sequence of intangible smithereens and glitches blown away by sidereal winds. 'Sister Ray' (only digital, not included in the record) concludes with a twisting synthesis of all the release's dominant moods: still dreamy atmospheres, mellow bass and thin hi-hats overall. Midgar keeps exploring the (un)usual fields introduced in its first release, but evolving the approach to a complementary, warmer sound.