Named after an Ontario national park and apparently inspired by her memories there as a young field scientist, "Fathom Five" is Guy's best track yet. It has some disco trademarks—a thick bassline, fun cowbells, a spacey breakdown—along with killer piano and a determined stomp that makes every second feel vital. A little gentler, "Cascabel" enters Balearic waters with its distant bird song and slap bass, driven by an irresistible saunter and impressive drum programming. Both songs are robust but easygoing.
On the flip, Guy offers two reworks of "Girl Music" by Cafe Lanai, a Montreal duo who released an EP of smouldering, Project Pablo-produced pop last year. "Heaven Could Be Lately" and "Listen Closely" are both fun, but their vocals sound like they belong on a different record. They tell us less about Guy than the A-side, which shows she can be as fun a producer as she is a DJ.