Actually, all of the disappointment arrives within the first seven minutes. Listening to the title track's monotone synth line drag itself across stiff kicks and snares, it's as if Lozano was wary of bearing too much too soon, plumping instead for something easy to consume. "Come With Me," on the other hand, is all raw dance floor energy. A mean electro bassline storms across blistering percussion, joined later by hospital-bed bleeps that complete this peak-time weapon.
"The Afterworld" is more elaborate, as Lozano constructs a slice of swirling techno using billowy pads, congas and darting synths. Halfway in a rave break bursts through, sending energy levels sky-high. DJ Fett Burger presents a Balearic slant on the fierce original. A dreamy haze of twinkles and childlike chattering invites us in, before lilting drums and a cushiony bassline frame a lively centrepiece of frisky stabs.