Stroboscopic Artefacts returns with another strong addition to its Totem series, a unique set of releases pressed on transparent 10” vinyl, capturing the essence and effusiveness of multidimensionality of club culture. Stepping up for the third release, titled Wrong Movements, is Berlin legend Efdemin, bringing a three-track journey that is unequivocally enduring and flexible for journeys on-and-off the dancefloor.
Between releasing for the likes of Ostgut Ton, Curle, Dial, and his own imprint Naïf; Efdemin takes on the challenge of Totem’s conceptual subjugation and subverts it with his emotionally honest take on a stimulating and subdural sonic experience within three parts.
With the A1, Circles sets things up with pertinent percussion and staccato synth lines, while Left sways with a heady, hedonistic thumper with exuberant melodic bursts. This is followed by a therapeutic sequel in Right, closing out the release with a melange of spacious efficacy, something the Berlin-based producer has been known for throughout his near-two-decade career.
Narratively dense and expertly-paced, the Totem series carries on with another outer-worldly insertion to its catalog.
Wrong Movements is set for release on December 7th and will be available in both 10″ and digital formats. Listen to Circles below.