The listener arrives at the station moments before their train departs and Conductor Williams immediately transports them on an instrumental journey as trippy and spaced out as his visual Instagram videos. “If We Die” is never a phrase you want to hear your conductor say while beginning a journey but played as a funky instrumental title to a soundscape of hard hitting drums, atmospheric chords, digital blips and Moog like bass lines the passenger is ironically set at ease. The key elements to this project only amplify as the train picks up momentum, ‘Re-Learn to F.L.Y.” takes the funky bass line up another notch, and the spacious chords elevate to a beautifully meditative state. Conductor Williams is an amalgamation of Roy Ayers if he made beats, an 80s synth bass funk session-musician, Black Milk and J Dilla student, and a well studied and enthusiastic 90s sound engineer. “Oscar” sounds like a master producer orchestrating a mellow jam session for a Jazz band’s modernized revival album, ghost-notes and intricate drum patterns accent in and out of even more beautifully ominous chords. “Nikki Neptune” is an open and up to date all around vibe, trap-like drums and synths replace the jazz chords and lofi drums but maintain the same essence and spirit of the project. “Maybe” follows a open musical soundscape which features live instrumentation and no drums, this is juxtaposed with the Boom-Bap of this final track, a Tribe Called Quest-like instrumental that continues the space-age grit and a fitting finale to a journey that most passengers did not want to end.