For his 10th Schlammpeitziger album, Germany’s Jo Zimmermann brings heady dub and reggae tropes – often hinted at in his previous work – to the fore, adding a deliciously languid and sunny vibe to his playful “krautronica”. Zimmermann’s radiant cosmic japes and squiggly electronic sketches are as infectious as ever, but the slower grooves rub up really well too, most tellingly on ‘Every Dayhey’, a dubby fug so spaced out it’s practically horizontal.
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