“Never Matter” is the continuation of the sound that Chaz Bundick introduced on the two singles, “So Many Details” and “Say That” that preceded his newly released third album, Anything In Return. On these tracks, he left behind his energetic take on spaced-out 70’s style funk of Underneath the Pine for a more “elevated” Discovery-era Daft Punk disco. “Never Matter” along with “Harm In Change” and those two singles represents the best from an otherwise scattered and unfocused album. The track is a real disco stumper with an energetic vibe, delivered on top of a confident bass line. There’s also a nice spacey synth solo at the end that perfects one of Chaz Bundick’s finest songs to date.