Since his SCI+TEC debut, â€™This And Thatâ€™, back in 2014, weâ€™ve seen Offenbachâ€™s Wigbert flourish and develop
into one of the most exciting young producers of today. With a talent for exploring fresh tangents and textures
of sound, the German has become a creative conductor among his fellow minimal mercenaries. Having rocked
the recent SCI+TEC 10 showcase in Beirut alongside label boss Dubfire and fresh from the release of his
fantastic remix of Gregor Tresherâ€™s â€˜Quiet Distortionâ€™, Wigbert now unveils his excellent new â€˜Rain Showerâ€™ EP.
The title track showcases, to perfection, the power of â€˜less is moreâ€™. Single note bass stabs and bouncing
droplets create a feeling of expanse, as synth chords wash through in intense waves, building to a cloudburst
Adopting a similar albeit more powerful bounce, Wigbert propels us with washes of sound and rabid snares as
we take flight on â€˜Airplaneâ€™, before he closes out the release with the powerful synth driven monster that is
â€˜Weird Chordsâ€™. Not so odd, but incredibly effective and yet another SCI+TEC stunner.
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