Super Mart Produce When uploaded into your iTunes library, Computa Games' latest EP, Grand Design, has its genre listed under Future Funk. While this may be a self-appointed designation you won't find in any music card catalog, it is the most apt description of the album's sound. "Robot Trance" could work too. The electronic instrumentals all have a groovy '70s sci-fi vibe to them—think a chilled-out "Planet Rock" meets a first generation Atari game. It's easy to imagine the duo of Daft Punk—all decked out in their "Tron" outfits—kicking back to this, enjoying a latte on a Saturday morning in space. "Spacewalk" and "Incredible Machines" are each an analog orchestra of down-tempo bleeps and bloops. "The Lion and the Unicorn" and "Rabbit" prod you a bit more, with a space-age voiceover and a more abrasive trance tremor, but still maintain the album's low-key mood. "Spacewalk," the collection's closer, is pure electro-funk—a digital disco that indulges both its mellow and kinetic energies. A very unique listen from a very promising up-and-coming act. Check out Grand Design when it lands September 1 exclusively on beatport.com.