For the first volume of a two-EP set, Ajello align with Retrospective's signature sound, with two originals that nod to the mid-'80s. The title track is a spacious jaunt, underpinned by a hefty sub-line and an assembly of cowbells. "Saturday Morning" sticks closer to the Italo-house handbook via a reverberating hall of echoes and warped sirens.
A Love Letter From Outer Space co-founder Sean Johnson provides a remix of the title track under his Hardway Brothers moniker. The Londoner gives it a dubby and acid-laced overhaul, before Manchester's Chris Massey completes the B-side remixes in an equally assured fashion with a disco version. For the additional digital remixes, Verdo delivers a trance-driven, and comparatively less absorbing, rework of "Kalimba Tune," while Retrospective's Ruben & Ra drop "Saturday Morning" into deeper waters and raid a vocal sample from the chorus of De La Soul's "Saturdays."