Trike is one of the first Bpitch artists and has released several lovely tracks during his time on board. In this broad and open pool of musical ideas he shows that Techno 'Made in Berlin' combines the past with the present. Interflug can be characterised best by its dry Techno sound, which is significant for Trike. The beats roll out of the speakers with a creak and invite you to a hypnotising dance that will make you forget yourself. The uncomplicated way of integrating the vocals into the sound works 100 percent here. They are more subtle embedded in the background and give enough space to the whole structure of the tracks. That's why he fails the pink pop grid, where you easily can get caught when catchy vocals shift into the foreground. Trike does it without cheap showmanship, but doesn't lack some funny effects. The groovy rolling bass line is his best fellow company. It doesn't have to be too fast -- there's definitely enough time to catch your breath. Trike catches the groove without overloaded structures. He enjoys the clarity of a minimalistic construction. On the other hand to judge Interflug as minimalistic falls short, since he has a special liking for Electro sound. In geographical context you can clearly see his refined musical ideas as a reference to the axis Berlin Detroit at its best times.