Shine, the latest EP for his Ultramajic label, comprises clean, aerodynamic DJ tools that carry Edgar's fondness for hall-of-mirrors trickery. "Let Me Tell U" feeds a staple house vocal through hardware, which begins to take on a metallic tint, as if it was sung down a waterpipe. "Dip Chair" seems like a Dance Mania track forged from rubber and plastic—its synthetic textures are cold and strange, mirroring in some ways the Ultramajic ethos. The label makes relatable dance music that also feels alien.
"Two Of Wands" dials down the eccentricity, and it's Shine's least compelling inclusion. In a way, "Feel What It Is" does the same when it reaches back to Edgar's funk and R&B sensibilities. That it doesn't feel out of place suggests his formative influences are still expressed through Ultramajic—albeit projected onto a broader canvas.