Track 1 - chilled, maybe needs more variety in the melody. Like the final hold on the 7th on the melody line.
Track 2 - playful and silly but in a good way. Excellent 'amen' ending!
Track 3 - oh my god, the sub bass! Shook my stomach and I'm listening on ear buds
Nice summery weekend reggae feel to it. Me, a bottle of ale, a deckchair and this on the stereo would be a great way to spend four minutes and twelve seconds
Track 4 - dramatically orchestrated. Puts me a little in mind of Wendy Carlos. Nice filter work.
Track 5 - starts out a little reminscent of schools tv theme tunes in the 80s and then gets down into a great groove. I wanted this to go on for at least another minute or two.
Track 6 - great dramatic percussive opening (bit of 2012 Olympic opening ceremony influence perhaps?) Again, I wanted this to go on a little longer, in my mind it develops into an absolute monster!
Track 7 - this one wouldn't sound out of place on Propaganda's A Secret Wish album (which is one of my favourite albums so that is meant as high praise!) I can also imagine driving to this, windows down, wind in my hair. Nice!
Track 8 - this follows on nicely from track 7, the car windows are still down. Nice minimal melody, good bright sound. Loving the arpeggios that start around two minutes in.
Track 9 - hypnotic introduction, I can see this going down very well in 'alternative' nightclubs. This is right up my street
Track 10 - good sparse arrangement, lots of space. Another effective minimal melody line, and more lovely arpeggios (I'm a sucker for arpeggiators!)
We could probably nit-pick things in all of them, but the quality is high in all of them. There's a nice variety of styles and sounds.
If I had to choose a favourite it would be track 10 with track 6 a very close second. Do I have to choose though?
(Now you've got to guess which one is mine from my minimal reviews!)