Sunny house tunes made for boat parties.
"Metropolis" is the best fit for soaring temperatures, the kind of track that will do damage on Croatian boat parties. A jolly vocal sample, coated in a thick haze, rides over raucous hi-hats and a wicked bassline. To keep things interesting, Kovács intermittently yanks the filter, ducking the energy before boosting it again. Not letting the track sit still is one of the Swede's signature moves, which we see again on "Babasonic." He teases hi-hats for the first 60 seconds, leaving the throaty melody to steer. The mood is less celebratory than "Metropolis," though distant diva vocals in the second half add a tinge of euphoria. "Panda" is more upbeat if a little busy around the midsection, as the track's two motifs, a killer spindly synth line and a giddy disco loop, collide. Even so, it's still more vibrant than most of the house music out there.