Perhaps it's just the urgency in opening track, "Soho Grand," but there's a certain something here that you couldn't find on the previous EPs. "Soho Grand" is just as polite as anything found on either Variations, but its treadmilling bassline takes things to a higher level. The same goes for the title track, whose guitar is just ethereal enough to retain a sense of wonder, and whose beat keeps things pumping nicely while synths flutter in the distance.
"Time Has Come Pt. 1" is the perfect B-side counter, a pounding tune that only lets up to allow droning deep house chords, a sliver of a piano and a voice that echoes the title wistfully before finding its disco footing. "Masala Dosa" keeps the pressure on with a fat bassline and big beat. But it's the keys that make the song, little beacons of light that play out as if they're permanently caught in a locked groove that bounces every so often...just to make sure you're still awake.