It's interesting to hear that some contemporary producers are drawing inspiration from UK garage from the 90s instead of deep house from the same period. "The Way" features those unmistakable shuffling drums and a soaring bassline, but the inclusion of rich strings and a filtered disco riff mean it's as musical as it is moody. In any event, Sante has conjured up a more resonating feeling on the title track, which features Gjaezon on vocals. The evocative narrative about "it's gonna affect my state of mind" is backed by dark claps and a rolling, acid-flecked groove. "Blended" is more driving, and its booming bassline lends it the same kind of eerie atmosphere as classic Suburban Knight.