Nothing is a CD which is always a special number - and that’s from track to track - especially when more frequently heard. Pyrolator (Kurt Dahlke) and F. Fenstermacher - both pioneers of the German modern Elektronica - have given their CD number 3, with the completely muffled title "Nothing", a free, relaxed and sure treatment. This is inventive and pioneering modern pop music which expounds astonishingly open beauty. Trip Hop, Dub and other grooves have been generated so neatly and undogmatically into individual electronic listening symphonies with the aid of "Tosca"(Dorfmeister/Huber) drummer Mike Daliot, Amsterdam bass player Pascal Plantinga as well as singers Karin Knipphals and Mai Lingani that it is not hard to get passionate about them. As with the internationally celebrated forerunner "Nobody? No!", a definite lounge sentiment also emerges, which radiates an absolutely liberated mood and is the ideal 4 wall sound as well as being desirable Discman and Walkman music for urban mobiles and modernists. One is looking at comprehensive time, space and style significant listening at the same time as serious club music for everyone who, in the space of an hour, wants a reliable update on the state of the new 2001 sound. Suitable for both chilling out and dancing, this music transforms every living room into a club and turns any hairdressers into a Coiffeur de Paris.