Luscious drum & bass fit for the Sardinian sun.
The best example is "Black Coffee," whose '80s synth sounds make me think of Autonomic turned inside-out: uplifting and triumphant instead of wistful, if Vangelis put a drum & bass tune on the Chariots Of Fire soundtrack. The same goes for "Ultra Violin," which ditches the sci-fi synths for a head-turning violin riff, cinematic without turning maudlin. How many producers could work in a violin so well?
If you just want the streamlined club tracks, Moses has you covered there too. "Refractory" is a minor chord monster, while the pseudo-orchestral hits and big, analogue textures of "I Dip" would stand out in any peak-time set. On the beach, at the club or in your bedroom, Ultra Violin is the kind of drum & bass that sets itself apart with sumptuous sound design, rolling momentum and most importantly, melodies to linger in your mind long after they play.