For a rare trip away from his own Moodmusic label, Sasse tries his hand at drifting, stargazing disco. While this shouldn't come as much of a surprise given his fondness for nu-disco, "The Solaris Conspiracy" is still markedly different from anything he's released before. There are drifting strings, cascading pianos, warm guitars, live-sounding drums and oodles of nu-Balearic atmosphere .It all adds up to something rather special, and certainly his strongest disco effort to date. Remix-wise, check the formidable Francis Inferno Orhcestra rework. Sounding not unlike the ever-reliable Deep Space Orchestra, the Australian producer offers a delightful deep house makeover that's more robust than a shoulder charge from a burly bouncer.