Though the duo is distinguished as cutting-edge, this release plays it relatively safe, treading steadily through progressive house and elements of trance but never reaching beyond the known. The mix does everything dance music is supposed to do, but it never comes across as anything more than solid. After the instrumental opening of Earth Dueley's "Decomposition" and DJ Nique's "Mission," both thumping mood enhancers, house grooves and vocals drop in the mix courtesy of Shauna Solomon, who pines for another on the post-peak coming of dawn "I Wanna Be." Miami natives Oscar G and Stryke go toe-to-toe on "Hypnotized," stirring up a sultry stew of electric longing, volleying drum beats, and the ominous title refrain. The Miami theme continues on Solo's decent version of "Cocaine," a deep and dark line through the stimulation of patterned keyboards producing a subtler version of the infamous tropical narcotic. But then it's back to the basic formula: The remaining tracks trek along dutifully as one extended dub of drum and bass lines. Even the closing track, James Holden's "I Have Put Out The Light," begs for more sinister sampling than it gets, leaving the song hanging on its own melancholy. Perhaps the boys were using this project as an actual set where the use of prolonged themes would be expected, but for a compilation it lacks the definitive breaks in atmosphere needed to hook a listener. While there's nothing bad about the mix, there's nothing spectacular either -- just another nightclub spin.