Edu Imberon dips his toes into the waters of pop music on "Inside". The bassline is lazy but somewhat malevolent and is supported by thundering claps and a sweeping synth that divebombs in over the arrangement like a hungry flock of seagulls. Yet despite this resolutely underground backing, Imbernon makes space for Triumph's breathy, androgynous vocals and a trippy synth that oozes melodies. The remixes push "Inside" to a poppy place; Kellerkind's version contains a fluid electro bassline and some spacey synths, with the vocal turned into an effortlessly narcotic experience, while the Niko Schwind version has a distinctly 80s flavour thanks to its 808 drums and new romantic synths.
Edu Imbernon comes from a house background, but has often presented his work in a pop context. "Things I Do" is your classic electro-house as defined in the mid-noughties post electroclash era. In other words it's electro-pop, only deeper and more housey - with Sutja Gutierrez's breathy vocal laments wafting over dreamy synths and a driving 4/4 beat. Remix-wise, Teenage Mutants and Lars Moston provide a tingly, touchy-feeley retro house version, while Los Suruba represents the often forgotten minimal house contingent.