Lead track "Threshing Floor" is the star, but it's an unusual one. Imagine the breakdown of a particularly epic tune stretched out to nine minutes, the chords elongated dramatically and drums in permanent bubbling-under stasis. The track breathes in and out, pulling in shards of melody and jarring samples without breaking a sweat. "Leosenger" burrows even deeper into techno neuroses, with a beat so broken it sounds like several rhythms sloppily laid over each other. Add in the dangling chimes that sit uneasily against a backdrop of static, and it's like an unsettling Actress lullaby.
"Siglo Grey Vision" combines these impulses, taking the vast assortment of elements from "Leosenger" and strapping them to a more coherent beat. It's still whispery and moody, but is periodically interrupted by rather brash lashings of sound, including a stellar breakdown that makes you wonder if the track can recover its meek footing. (It does.) This exhaustive EP coughs to a finish with the mournful tones of "No City of a Choice," as Seaton sets off every synth in his studio for another bustling bouquet of sound.