14 Songs, 1 Hour 19 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

German producer Rajko Müller conquered clubs across Europe with his Caribbean-tinged breakout hit, "Beau Mot Plage," but far stranger pleasures awaited on his debut album, Rest. His drum machines are wreathed in the clicks and pops of digital clipping; his synths sound like they come from a cassette that's been left on the dashboard in the summer heat. He's got a real thing for dissonance, judging by the eerie vocals on "I Owe You" and the slippery jazz riffs of "Alleinunterhalter." It all sounds faintly wrong—but deliciously so.

EDITORS’ NOTES

German producer Rajko Müller conquered clubs across Europe with his Caribbean-tinged breakout hit, "Beau Mot Plage," but far stranger pleasures awaited on his debut album, Rest. His drum machines are wreathed in the clicks and pops of digital clipping; his synths sound like they come from a cassette that's been left on the dashboard in the summer heat. He's got a real thing for dissonance, judging by the eerie vocals on "I Owe You" and the slippery jazz riffs of "Alleinunterhalter." It all sounds faintly wrong—but deliciously so.

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