Review: More ethereal deep house from a talented Cologne based producer. Thyladomid (real name Charles Thiemann) presents his second full length following up 2015's Interstellar Destiny on Diynamic. It features some lush selections indeed: from the hypnotic bell melody of opener "A Little Church In Amsterdam" which you could imagine Lee Burridge playing at a Los Angeles rooftop party, through to the bittersweet and pop-inflected melancholia of "Blossoming Limburg" featuring some magnificent vocals by Mahfoud. You really get to hear how much diversity there is this talented young producer's sonic repertoire from here. Take "Kollwitzplatz" for instance, which merges charming neoclassical elements with trippy minimal techno aesthetics, or the bittersweet symphony on the ecstatic closer "Underwater Rhapsody". Keep your eyes on Thyladomid moving forward in 2018.