It's a masterclass in modern house music as Fink and remixer Guido Schneider offer two different perspectives. The title track boasts lush, atmospheric chords, a seductive vocal and some loose chatter meandering in the background. It's reminiscent of 90s UK deep house and has that naive charm that so many producers strive for but fail to achive. By contrast, Guido Schneider's 'Break that Brain' remix is as contemporary as it gets; based on woodblock beats and dubby basslines, its filtered, jazzy keys are utterly tantalizing. Fink's own drum-heavy "Loose Powder" completes the package.