Matthew Dear and Boys Noize make unlikely appearances on Solomun's label.
ELAX's "Reaktor" could initially be mistaken for a Pointer Sisters track, with clipped bells and a syncopated beat. But it turns Diynamic a few bars in with the addition of low-slung synths. They reach a progressively louder, narcotic climax that will sound immense in the clubs.
Denis Horvat's "Madness of Many," conversely, provides a late-stage payoff. His tetchy chorus of bleeps is joined by some competing, peppy synths midway through the track. It's like shaking up a fizzy drink and popping the can open. Animal Picnic and Novakk's "Khokana" is also tribal but more festive, with a faraway chorus and woozy chords that should pair well with sunsets and smoke machines.