Technology itself is a percussive affair and kind of jazzy, with lots of brushed snares and rising horn blasts underpinning some guy's voice taking about, well, technology. Disco Daze is also very percussion-led but more disco-fied as you might expect, and then finally Smile Baby Smile maintains the disco vibe but this time in a slightly more driving, uptempo kinda way, complete with sunny, uplifiting harmonised chorus.
All told, a solid offering from a producer who's new to me but who's apparently also had stuff out on various labels, including DJ Sneak's Oomph.
Out: This week
About: This comes on Jump Recordings, which is an offshoot of techno/tech-house label Resource Records and based in San Jose, California. Here's their website.