Thomas Fehlmann's sixth solo album, his first in three years, also doubles as an OST to the historical '24H Berlin' documentary. Fehlmann is a fitting character to provide musical accompaniment to the project, whose remit was to document a whole day in the life of Berlin, in real time. All 24hours of the film were screened back in september 2008, but since then he saw fit to revisit the tracks and edit them as a standalone album, commenting that "There are also more subtle connections that should give an overall feel to the score. I also brought in elements of tunes from my previous albums in recognition of the fact that I often feel that there would be so many more ways to explore and experiment with certain ideas than just on a single track". In true Fehlmann style this sound is laden with beautifully fluffy electronics at the edges while driven by a mature and refined rhythm motor of classic Detroit/Berlin engineering. He circulates warm and luxurious melodies through this arrangement, encapsulating the spirit of the last 25 years of Berlin history in streamlined, efficient and positive movements, finding that sweet spot between tempered euphoria and wistful melancholy. Fans of the classic Kompakt pop-ambient sound or those looking for a soundtrack to their next weekend sojourn in the city should make some time for this.