Partially obscured by the ascendancy of minimal techno and micro-house in Germany‘s dance underground, Stuttgart‘s Pulver Records has boldly forged onward over the last four years with a trademark sound fusing the Latin-informed jazz signature of Compost with the vigorous digital breaks of Kompakt. Mainstays like Inverse Cinematics and Dutch Rhythm Combo offer up cuts that further blur the divide between fractured dub, out-there jazz and electrified breaks. Big, bright and shimmering in an organic sheen, Pulver once again shows the world another side of German groove.