On one hand, you have art. Dial fans know it well, as his elegantly crafted melancholic odes have tempted even some of the most ardent guitar-wielding fanatics to the wonders of electronic music. Play Sollmann's self-titled full-length for a friend that can't understand repetitive beats and it'll be a matter of time before they crumble. "America" and "The Pulse" have it in spades, trafficking in whirling melodic synths and trembling bell tones that lend each a somber, elegiac feel.
On the other, you have the much ballyhooed word of the moment: deepness. "America"'s kick is almost comically deep—offering up a backdrop in which Sollmann can sneak in the art—and drops it out every so often to remind listeners that this is indeed a dancefloor tool par excellence. While "The Pulse" may have a bit more shuffle in its deep house step, that's the one to go with here—no matter who you might be voting for come election day.