Inspired by the aftermath of their critically acclaimed and widely-supported EP, Kora, Voon is back on Sweet Musique less than a year since their debut. Sitting in the weapon arsenal of some of the electronic music playfield's heavyweights, from label heads Solomun, Rampa, Frankey & Sandrino, to well-traveled DJs Marcus Worgull, David Mayer and many more, the versatility and uniqueness of the Manfredonia-based DJ/Producer duo's sound is apparent in how it hits speakers and encaptures dancers in venues worldwide. The coalition of former orchestra instrumentalist Giuseppe and techno music producer Vincenzo was not a surefire formula for dancefloor success but it worked, and worked up ravers, headphone partyers and music enthusiasts who simply want to drift to the course of something that was not made to make sense, but inevitably does. The title track Arizona starts off robust and laden and warms up when infused with percussion and a very fine trilling of synth sounds. On B-side, Lorius hitches on a hearty drumbeat on its onset as well, but dashes aggressively from dark sequences in pursuit of more luminous frequencies. The Arizona EP, Arizona and Lorius cumulatively, holds no emotions back when letting sound unfold, and places experimentation of sounds, emotions, textures and rhythm at its core. By freely letting tenderness, vulnerability and melody drive their course in an kaleidoscopic aqueduct, the duo churns a two-tracker that unfolds as a two-sided saga of frolicking earth by way of serenading land on one side, and a amaurotic surrender to cosmic pulsations and celestial rhythmus, on the other.