The trio now find themselves on Mister Saturday Night, an imprint at the forefront of New York's house scene. These four deep house tracks, with their lustrous chord work and tasteful reverb, sit neatly among the label's signings to date. The sampled chords of "In Brackets" are daubed over a gentle house thump, before garage-via-post-dubstep syncopations and a sinuous bassline take over in the latter half.
"5am," with its muted, burbling synths, is similarly subdued. In both cases a Floating Points comparison wouldn't be remiss—these tracks are elegant in the extreme, and led by their melodic content. "Voices" is slightly more euphoric, but its stuttering piano-and-voice samples can't quite settle into a hook, although they try out a few. Finally, "Rare Bloom" is the most striking of the lot, its blissful, brassy synth motif rising and falling artfully, before taking on a sterner momentum in the second half. These tracks are all entirely fit for purpose, though—as with much of Dark Sky's output—they don't break new ground so much as comb meticulously over the earth upturned by others.