‘Do Ya’, balancing elements of melodic techno, progressive house, and even golden-era trance to create something truly timeless. The aptly titled ‘Isolate,’ which leans much more towards dark, driving, and hypnotic techno brings in two perfectly timed releases. As Sharam’s first solo effort of the new decade, it doesn’t start on much of a higher point. Both tracks on this split demonstrate the veteran’s ability to craft diverse and thought-provoking tracks that draw just enough on current trends to sound relevant but not enough to sound stagnant. DRW 10/10.