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Air-raid sirens, elephantine feedback. The sounds of labor have never been as jubilant as they are in "Düsseldorf," the ringing of a sledgehammer turning into a doorbell's sprightly ping. From the get-go, album opener "Warum" sounds like it's falling apart, its multi-tracked handclaps crumbling like bad masonry. But this isn't decay for decay's sake.

[Excerpted from today's Pitchfork review.]


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I missed this album somehow, it was long ago since he released something, but good to know he's back on track

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