"In the Crowd" chops up '90s-style garage vocals with straight-up deep house tropes—trippy synth flourishes and lazy, groaning bass. Le Loup takes the title track down a dubby route, characterised by some wonderfully fluid drum programming. (If the Parisian producer has put a foot wrong in the last 18 months, I've not heard it.)
Back with Baldo, "Glass Table" is a squelchy march through warm jets of acid and fuzzy bass, while "Drifting Off" delivers drifting synth rollers breaking over quaking bass. Completing this pan-European EP, young Berlin-based Greek John Dimas takes the acidic DNA of "Glass Table," remaps its squiggle, and attaches it to punchy, high-kicking house with jaunty bass. A refreshingly quirky finale to a no-nonsense package.