Marmohr on the A side offers a bit of a change from the Paste I've heard till now. Still very minimal but with much more meat to it- strong atmosphere and interesting story. It start with a massive and catchy bass-kick and an overall happy rhythm. Strong atmosphere here and a multitude of cruising spacey sounds. The rhythms keep changing and the beautiful tabla-like voices or voice-like tablas create a beautiful morning feel. Good minimal morning work.
Pastete on the B side is a more typical Paste tune, dark and mysterious in atmosphere, a lot of echoing percussion mishmashing around and into each other and a lot of changing rhythms. Some flying crunches and very very minimal dark melodic touches added to the mix, and in the end you get a catchy jungly groove that saves the tracks from being boring. Nice, but not enough of a story for me here.