I particularly liked the first one, Driving Vision. It unfolded well and kept my attention, but didn’t lead me into places I wasn’t prepared to go.
If I had any criticism it’s that I’d like slightly more quirkyness to them. The voices are all basically familiar, and the beats aren’t too challenging, and the simple, dance-music structure (no changes, no bridge, no chorus) are “good” but not “fascinating.”
Personally, I happen to like my dance and DJ music very minimal and maybe with some human element. (I’m not a fan of most vocals, and I almost universally hate female soul vocals on my dance music.) I guess Claude Von Stroke’s Deep Throat is sort of my personal “gold standard” for fun, interesting dance/DJ tunage.
Mr Oizo’s Flat Beat kind of captures the same spirit.
Real simple, goofy, and maybe six channels, tops.