The common factor on this split release is a love of electronic melodies. It's clearly audible on Estroe's version of Examine's "33 Stand Alone", where crystalline synths and layered breakdowns are powered by a sinewy groove and heavy claps. Qbical's dub version of Tigerskin's "Morons We Are" is even more infectious with catchy vocodered vocals underpinned by filtered synth lines and incessant percussion. Meanwhile, Daniel Zuur trades on nostalgia with "Future Memory". Although based on a stripped back rhythm, the melodies are inspired by the heyday of 90s European trance, and are guaranteed to emit a spine-tingling response from veterans and first-timers alike.