Stellar downtempo from D. Tiffany and NAP.
En Transito begins with D. Tiffany lazily strumming her guitar over a beat that evokes desert rock. It's unclear exactly at which point in the EP Rincon joined, but the Ambien Baby sound takes shape with "Light & High," which borrows from the early Mood Hut aesthetic with chords and a bubbly underwater ambience. En Transito's second half is more in line with Transfusión: "Sequential"'s chunky breakbeat is caressed by whispering voices, while "Seven Minutes In Heaven" summons early '90s influences like Biosphere, and a drifting melody that recalls Selected Ambient Works Vol. 2. It's another excellent record from Canada's thriving dance music scene.