The title track couldn't be further from the standard electro/depressed male vocal swagger of Mihai’s 'In the Dark' track. Trancey Germanic techno is the order of the day here and the rhythm end actually sounds purposeful early on, picking up a spooky synth and a driving bassline to...pretty average effect it must be said. Is this what happens when someone jumps ship but actually ends up in the deep end, out of their depth in a particular genre? On the plus side, there’s an appealing timbre to it, if that kind of thing is important to you.
On the flip, 'Capcana' is actually a shade worse, taking things down an even more predictable route. This sounds like watered-down tech-trance and really isn't worth the time it takes to cue it up on your turntable. There must be a million records that sound like this so why bother?
'Sharp' does a little to save the day. A poor man's Gabriel Ananda, it isn’t completely throwaway with a skippy beat and modulating synths, but by the midpoint it's evidently going nowhere fast. There’s a moral in this story: like the cliché says, best to stick to what you know best. This is not up to the FEOS standard at all. A poor release from Level Non Zero.