Wish You Were There may cover several bases, but there are identifiable strands to A Sagittariun's DNA that you can pick out across the three tracks. On "Loopholes" that means deep, rolling techno that midway through gets spacedust sprinkled over it. A Sagittariun does trippy and twisted well, not least because his method is the antithesis of the kitchen-sink antics of some of his peers.
As with previous work in his catalogue (like "Conquering Lions" and "A Lucid Dream") the sharp-elbowed analogue breakbeat of "The Lathe Of Heaven" provides further evidence that its creator is an old B-boy at heart. "Blake's Vision," with its intricate analogue melodies, suggests a love of '90s Brit techno masters like Orbital and Future Sound Of London. There's nothing remotely resembling pastiche here, mind you. There's an art to repurposing classic tropes, and A Sagittariun is increasingly masterful at it.