The title track is a monster from NAPT, and really showcases what great producers they are. 'Bass' is kinda like an Alex Metric remix of Justice, flittery high-pitched Steve Reich keys offset by blurts of wobbly b-line action. The drop is massive, and the "Bass!" exclamation gets more fevered as it progresses. Big and bad. In contrast, on 'Lock The P' Ashley and Tomek craft a Woolford-esque tech/electro progressive jam, before teaming up with Lucian X for dubstep cut 'Perfect Day'. B. Rich then turns 'Perfect Day' moonbahton - reggaeton electro dubstep, basically. Tasty package.