Karmaâ strings together pearls of analogue and digital beauty, creating an intriguing thread of thoughts and emotions that straps us to his groove. The track Aisha Kandisha is built around a lively double bass and an oriental vocal sample – but it draws just as much thrust and power from the fascinating fact that only in the realm of electronic music bad can sometimes be good – listen to the badass lead synthesizer, feel it kicking your ass... and you know what this is supposed to mean. Pophop adds a moment of trippy playfulness through the skipping movement of his bassline, together with the driving hihats this tune is made to be played on a big, loud sound system. The casual Downbeat track Amarhar spreads easy-going synthetic retro vibes and makes use of some carefully hidden ethno effects. Finally Hafla Souk brings this EP to a sunny and melodic conclusion, leaving us in thoroughly positive, dreamy state of mind.