Crafting away in the dusty, static-coated and most unpredictable pockets of abstract house and techno, it's no surprise Gunnar Wendel, AKA Kassem Mosse, has been collecting field recordings since youth. Forever experimenting with the cheap equipment which defines his damaged, imperfect aesthetic, Mosse man has released on Workshop, mikrodisko, FXHE and non-plus, whilst revered remixes for the likes of Commix, Ellen Allien and Braiden are also amongst his definitive back catalogue.
The deepest of the German's constantly shape-shifting music has come on anonymous label Workshop and is characterised by a warm, hazy mechanical funk that evolves slowly over time. Ably translating that message into a live environment, Mosse's raw; weirded-out performances take him to the most serious club spaces across Europe. Like his music, this man prefers to operate in the shadows...