On-trend beats from the founder of Lobster Theremin.
"Touch The Sky" actually manages to roll several currently hot styles into one track. The production values are lo-fi, the mood is early '90s rave, the beats are rapid techno and the breakdown draws from trance. Given the energy of all those elements, it's surprising that the results feel a little wooden. But if you think your dance floor is ready for an emotional extended breakdown, this one should still do some damage. Asquith turns to electro on "Cranky." It's a heavily stripped back, drum-heavy version of the style that works nicely with Asquith's love of grit and dust. Does acid house ever go out of style? "Kunstcamp Acid" seems to think not, and gives the sound a twist by increasing the track's tempo from roughly 127 to 150 BPM midway through, a transformation from a fairly standard drums-and-synth workout to a frenzied stomper. All the easier for DJs to move into one of the popular genres this EP covers.