Second, they are now on a new label, this time Progress Productions. Third, musically they have taken many steps towards perfecting their sound. They have maintained the catchy Code 64 sound, but manage to make it appear contemporary and fresh, with more techno vibes.
With 14 tracks (including prologue and epilogue) some are bound to be worse than others, but the highs really shine. “S.O.L” is a burst of energy almost leaping out of the speakers to fondle your eardrums directly, and “Progenitor” is so immensely danceable I’m getting all sweaty just by listening to it.
Code 64 no longer makes futurepop or whatever you want to call it, they make electronic pop, and I enjoy this progression. I will argue though that “Departure” had a better song average.