But while you may regard progressive as a thing of the past, it's clear that there's never not a market for the sort of tunes found on Roller Coaster. It's like Joris Voorn said recently, "There's a lot of this functional stuff, but the really stand-out tracks, I can't find these so much." The noisy climaxes of the dark and stomping "Roller Coaster" fits the bill, so does "Sir Chester"'s bouncy melodics. (The latter sounds like it would mix famously into the one song that Voorn highlighted as an anthem, 360's "Neon.")
"Too Hard to Breathe" is on a different tip, an honest-to-goodness pop song. It should come as no surprise to those who know Spitzer. The duo remixed Kylie Minogue in 2008, but coming on Infine, it's yet another reminder of how devoted Agoria is to a simple idea: Good music is good music, regardless of genre.