Up next with the hieroglyphic wares are new-to-the-fold Dutch duo Ramses, alias Erik Buschmann and Wannes Salomé of Amsterdam-based outfit, Klangstof. Having known each other for the past fifteen years, the two of them started toying with their own electronic compositions over a year ago. Out of a string of free-form writing sessions, the material for Ramses then organically emerged, paving the way to deep, playful and climactic pieces of weightless electronics, aimed at reaching the summits of computer-aided escapism. Ramses' debut effort for Kompakt, I Feel Nothing EP, is made up of three cuts tied by their shared sense of ethereal timelessness and ample versatility. Starting off as a wonky house number, the title-track and debut single -- which was actually the first track ever recorded by the duo -- swiftly evolves into a pulsating crescendo of elegiac voices, opaque synth work and cascading bleeps and bloops, eventually hatching into a soul-healing finale of piano-laced stasis. Soulful and boogie-friendly to the core, "Born To Fail" fuses RnB-infused sampling with bubbling near-eastern components to weave its own distinctly mischievous genotype of jagged, goofy house outside anyone's league or trend. Rounding off the package, dreamy drift "Groef" makes for a more subdued and sentient entry into Ramses' ambient world, fusing bleached-out pads, slow-blooming keyboard flights and Sino-flavored harmonics in one lavishly textured, oneiric tableau that keeps on shifting perspectives.