New vinyl version of Robag Wruhme's Thora Vukk (replaces the now deleted PAMPA 002LP & no longer comes with the bonus 7" or MP3 codes). In contrast to Robag Wruhme's first album Wuzzelbud KK (MKR 001CD/LP), Thora Vukk is "more grounded and filled with melodies and self-recorded samples -- ideal for the bedroom or passenger cabins of any kind." Schablitzki created a huge library of sounds, like slamming drawers or mid-summer rain recorded in his friends' spacious kitchen. Those field recordings are no secondary accessories. By setting them into a rhythmic shape, they dominate the structure of the tracks. Due to the constant variation, the fan of the grooves opens up every time in a new manner. This is thoughtful, contemplative minimalism in its most organically-structured form.