Melodic colour is a prime feature across this Detroit-referencing EP, with Aurora Borealis-style displays stretched out wide in open skies above rubberised basslines and voluminous kicks. The voyage starts with "Giovanni's Keys" where multiple melodies rain down on taut, darting synths, rough-edged claps and springy, supple bass notes. It's vast in scale and grandiose by design, but never unnecessarily so. "Worked It" with frequent collaborator and close friend Bacanito is tighter, with ditty acid blips and impish synths conjuring a mysterious air.
Next is the standout track "Many Reasons!": after two-and-a-half minutes of propulsive deep space ambiance, some bleary melodies begin to brew in the depths, floating higher and higher, then pow! They break out into a twinkly, starry, multi-focussed display, soaring and swooping as bottomless techno rolls underneath. Closer "Captain Groove & The Oscillators" brings you right back down to earth and stays bogged down in muddled drums and a serrated synth line. It grounds you perfectly before building up slowly once more, ready to set off on another leg of the trip.