He's also unafraid to let a track unfurl in full. His 2008 classic "Ellipsis" clocks in at ten minutes, and the title track here is almost that length. "Other Worlds" has crescendos and synths similar to those on "Ellipsis," though here its driving force is a dramatic bassline. Vertigo"'s pin-prick high notes give it the feel of a more stripped-back take on last year's excellent "Moot Point," a feeling only heightened by the late appearance of a euphoric synth line makes the track this release's highlight.
On the flip, the droplet pads and gentle drums of "Inner Worlds" make it feel meditative by comparison. "Erku"'s music box aesthetic, meanwhile, confirms the B-side's relaxed feel, and rounds out a characteristically satisfying offering from one of techno's class acts.