Never one to shy away from lashing a washed-out pad or two together, "Sunrise" opens with exactly that: dawn breaking over a stripped-back landscape of undulating peaks and sharp edges. What could have disappeared into the structureless realms of ambient murmur is pinned in place with a walloping kick, something Indigo employs much more sparingly on "Keerthana," with more expansive—if less immediately satisfying—results. Here, streams of birdsong, ghostly vocals and pattering rain converge to form an ever-swelling torrent before giving way to the most delicate of leads for a truly stunning climax.
"Azha" follows where "Keerthana" left off, but delves into some of his darker sounds, with skittering, subtly varied percussion evincing more character from the 4/4 structure than perhaps it deserves. "Sea of Stars" might not fit with the EP's overall aesthetic—its heavily syncopated rhythm is a little jarring after what comes before—but it's undeniably engaging, completing another triumphant release for both label and producer.