Delightfully strange club acrobatics.
"Cut" and "Swamped" still show a fondness for pummelling kicks, but the latter foregrounds rising breaths and a euphoric trance-like build-up. Even stranger is "Knickerbocker," which sets a frosty grime-like melody against grinding bass. But the biggest revelation comes from the title track, which is what you might expect bubblegum pop to sound like from an artist who usually makes stone-faced techno. That's not a criticism. "Elvine Unlocked"'s sparkling melodies enhance the whirring mechanoid beat, embodying an exciting new perspective.