High-energy techno that looks back to the '90s.
It's rare to find a track in 90 Process's style that you'd consider playing from the very start, but "Give Me Dat" is just that. The combination of filtered acid lines and a snare roll before the kick drops is super simple, but it's effective enough to just hit play and let the track, a breakneck rave-techno blend with a diva vocal sample, do its thing. There are also hints of acid on "Fuse," which dispenses with arrangement flourishes to focus on its fast techno groove. "Le Phonk" and "Days Of The Sunset" are more dramatic. They both reach for an obvious bank of early '90s tropes, which "Days Of The Sunset," with its wide-eyed pads and dewy-eyed emotion, more satisfyingly nails. Fuse doesn't feature the finest pastiches of 90 Process's catalogue, but while this particular trend is still rolling they should remain a go-to act.