David Moufang on a midnight Jazz tip with Jamie Hodge, Ruit Kraus and legendary Vibraphonist Karl Berger.
Seductively sedate molecular House deconstruction from Move D in collaboration with Benjamin Brunn.
Muted jazz-funk killer that sounds like a classic Theo production.
Ghostly bubbling electronics and field recordings with a woozy House vibe.
One of Moufang's best known productions given a reductive re- working by Mr. Brunn.
Another Moufang supergroup, this time featuring Jamie Hodge and Kai Kroker on a tripped out tip.
Detroit style House anthem with a lazy piano-driven hook, classic Moufang.
Lifted off Move D and Benjamin Brunn's "Songs From the Beehive" - his biggest album of recent years.
Standout track from what's considered by many to be the definitive Move D album - 1995's Kunststoff.
Another killer from the archives, those strings just get us every time...
classic Sheffield Bleep track from way back in 1995, pure analogue percussion all the way...
Another extended percolating session from Moufang and Brunn, this time from "Let's call it a day".
Extended percussive genius - from the hugely fruitful KM20 sessions.
Breezy, utterly compelling Jazz strum from Moufang and friends...