As one would expect from one of Europe's leading techno/house labels, Mayday is a deadly effective dance floor weapon. What's more impressive however is the manner in which Ochoa manages to execute it. The title track is a heavy, percussive affair, its hats bristling with dark intention, and its insistent filters giving it an extra oomph. Even when it breaks down into a dreamy, piano-led break down, it can't shake Ochoa's singular goal. "Spooky" is just as functional, but here too he intersperses his rhythm-heavy sound with the kind of euphoric piano lines that were common back in the early 90s.