"Jupiter" and "Glimmer" are the straightforward cuts, each painted from a similar palette of squeaky hi-hats and boogie bass, like Space Dimension Controller at his most floor-facing. This kind of low-slung house is often big on immediate impact but light on longevity; Appleblim and Komon's discordant chords, which eddy around stop-start rhythms, make it more memorable.
"Beach Trek" is tougher but more intriguing. Gone is the 4/4 stomp. Kicks ricochet around the beat and infuse billowing Berlin stabs with a swung, UK flavour, rippling through reverb like rocks tossed into water. The opening build is all atmosphere, but the haze clears in the breakdown and a willowy sub steps centre stage. From there it's a raw body jam, somewhere between bass music's swagger and the muscular march of techno.