Chadderton sees Stewart in a more upbeat mode. Like label mate MLZ, it sounds like he has been listening back to old US deep house records: the title track is a smoky groover, with Stewart giving his own interpretation of the drugged out tones and textures of '90s house label Guidance in a framework based on static, glitchy percussion and a chugging dub techno rhythm. "Above" sees Stewart in moodier form as layered chords build and build over one of his trademark cavernous drum patterns and a more uptempo approach than the prevalent mood on the Warehouse Sessions series.
Closing things out, "Great Day" marks a return to the reflective mood he so effortlessly mined on Metanarrative, its atmospheric sounds, bordering on the hymnal, a motif that is becoming more and more frequent in Stewart's work. It rounds off a strong comeback release and suggests that Claro Intelecto has more surprises up his sleeve.