Both Maths Time Joy and Karma Kid represent a trending scene that has essentially bull rushed its way into the United Kingdom and America’s pop consciousness. Whether you call it rhythm and bass, future garage, house or post-dubstep, it’s impossible to ignore the fact that the Disclosure’s, the Duke Dumont’s and the Kastle’s are relevant. Of course, these artists come from a wide range of musical traditions and their music doesn’t even sound all that similar, but that’s irrelevant for this narrative device. Karma Kid trends towards the pop radio side of the spectrum while Maths Time Joy’s music is slower and more bedroom- vs. dancefloor-oriented. Sometimes though, all it takes is a little sensuality to reign in a piece of floofy pop and that’s exactly what happened here.