"Feel So Good" flies straight out of the traps with pounding 4/4s, deep swabs of bass and a grinding, driving groove. It's hard-edged techno with a warehouse / industrial aesthetic, but made accessible and floor-friendly with a wildly addictive groove that runs throughout. "Terrazza's House" continues in much the same vein, tapping into a dark, intense and energized sound. Snapping rhythms, chopped-up vocal FXs and a rolling bassline give the track a more spun-out feel but the focus still remains on the dancefloor.
"Circus" has a lighter feeling, its tumbling, tribal-like drums and swinging groove giving the track plenty of personality. Old-school vocals add a timeless quality to the tune, just as the fluid bassline adds the momentum. Insatiably groovy with an inherently funky feel, this is addictive stuff from one of our true friends.