Gigli's second EP for Prologue is even better than his excellent debut, with "Extrospection" coming in above the others here by virtue of its 12-minute length. The light, trancey techno that Gigli and others has been putting out shines when given time to stretch out properly. Call me crazy, but when I listen to "Extrospection," my mental image is of a rug being unrolled into eternity. It's as though it—and "Introspection" and "Self-Reflection"—are unspooling their sound into the stereo and you simply have to follow along.
If that isn't the greatest description of what it sounds like, that's kind of the point. Gigli's music is all about the feel, like techno skipping across the top of a lake. (The watery sounds on "Introspection" may have something to do with that.) Observation Document #1 is an environment, and it's worth getting lost in it for a long while.