The South London artist shows a new side to his trademark deep house sound.
One of the record's standout tunes, "Bad Space Habits," shows how Wildblood is able to update his warm, melodic sound with curious instrumentation. Haunting synths ebb and flow while repetitive drums keep the track flowing. Eventually, it breaks open into a mesmerizing breakbeat section that could close a set. It's an emotional tune that still packs a punch. The speedy "Leave It Open" delves into garage, mixing warm, rising synths with graceful echoes and more hypnotic parts that evolve without crowding the mix. "Grab The Wheel" finds Wildblood nodding to '90s rave nostalgia while still maintaining his sensual approach, as does "Landing," a sparse and meditative bass workout. Grab The Wheel won't alienate the fans who have grown to love Wildblood's charming house sound, but it might win him new ones.