"Curve Pericolose" is among the most melodic techno tunes he's ever made, but it hasn't lost the psychedelic details that can make his work so entrancing. Snares don't so much strike as unstick themselves from the drum. The wormhole arpeggiation only adds to the music's abundance. The other two tracks are slightly more in Shuttle's usual zone, but he turns the dial up on these, too. As smooth acid trills descend through "Cyberia," over time you'll notice foily trails streaming in the opposite direction, and maybe the whistling pad harmony after that. "The Moon Chant"'s eerie vocal might remind you of "Sing Like A Bird," but the humid groove underneath sounds like nothing Shuttle's done before. He sounds especially inspired.