Two pensive numbers both intensely textured, "Sundaysun" and "Sand" are as fit for club as they are for personal house catharsis. He applies thick layers of sound from the bottom up and melodies are allowed to reverberate in between. The opening bass quiver in "Sundaysun," for example, sits solidly but quietly under a stemming crest of padded chords, oscillators and a lacquer of strings as the patchwork slowly sheds its seams. The totality of sound is similarly effective in "Sand," but here attention is grabbed by the powerfully-packed kick and old-school percussive elements that are warped very much into the nu-school.
As if the package needed buffer, Dexter and John Daly are charged with remix duties, and both are nifty in their handling of "Sundaysun." Dexter pushes the tempo and chimes in with some teeming chords while Daly wisely opts for a touch of acid vogue in tracks that are nevertheless indebted to their originator.