A substantial six-track effort, consistent in it's experimentation with mood, texture, pace, and aesthetics. Energy fluctuates track to track, from the colossal, largely beatless spaces of Arlington CT9 to the pulsing, bass-driven cores of Pace Myself and She Giv. The flipside hits with a more immediate, brusque edge; ruder dancefloor tools that still push the borders. There's a deconstructive approach on the percussively sparse Lunar Tide Cycle and Gravity Flux that defies typical expectations of what constitutes club music. The UK funk-inflected rhythms of Switch add some anxious, high-tension drama and another permutation to a rhythmically diverse release.